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Jan 24, 2020

Every patient in hospice care has a plan of care that’s designed by the hospice interdisciplinary team.  The patient voices what he or she wants and needs, and then the hospice team determines how we can safely, legally, and ethically meet those needs.  Often team members disagree with what the patient wants. We bring...


Jan 17, 2020

How connected are you to social media?  If you find yourself overly connected to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or whatever social media platform you use, maybe a time of disconnection would be healthy. 

We’re challenging you to do a 2-week Social Media Fast. We’ll be doing it at the same time. Try using social media...


Jan 15, 2020

Rachel Giger is a certified end of life coach with a mission to support hospice physicians.  While working as a volunteer, she identified that physicians need education about having end of life discussions, and the support to be comfortable with those talks.

Now she provides one-on-one consulting to doctors who find...


Jan 13, 2020

We’re delighted to offer you this encore episode of our interview with grief expert David Kessler. David is currently touring the U.S. offering a daylong seminar related to his newest book Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief.  

David is bringing his seminar to Texas in February to the following cities. 

  • Dallas,...


Jan 10, 2020

Grieving a loss looks a little different for each person and grief from losing a child has its own unique qualities.  Parents Jane Harris and Jimmy Edmonds know first hand what that loss feels like. Their film “A Love That Never Dies” focuses on their struggle to figure out how to grieve the death of their son. ...