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Hospice helps patients, caregivers, and family members & friends by providing hands-on support and ongoing education to patients and loved ones. When you decide to begin hospice care, it is important that you understand the difference that hospice can make and how hospice helps with preparation for the end of life. Although hospice does not seek to extend life, it also does not act to shorten life. This webinar will provide you with the facts you need to make an informed decision about hospice and determine if hospice is the right choice for you or your loved one. Key topics will include:
  • What is hospice care?
  • How do I know when I should start thinking about hospice?
  • What are some common myths about hospice care?
  • What do I need to start hospice services?

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Hospice care services benefit both the patient and those involved with their ongoing care needs. Read about what hospice care is and the Hospice Care Partners difference. 

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Common Myths About Hospice

The idea of starting hospice care can be overwhelming. Get quick answers to some of the most common myths about hospice services. 

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Request a Consultation

At Hospice Care Partners, we believe that every patient and family is different. We'd love to speak with you to better understand your unique needs and to help guide you towards the best solution for you or your loved one. 

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When is it the Right Time to Consider Hospice?

Recognizing the signs and symptoms that indicate the need for hospice care is crucial in ensuring that individuals receive the appropriate support and care during the end stages of their illness. While every individual and illness is unique, there are some common signs and symptoms that may indicate the need for hospice care.

Ultimately, the decision to pursue hospice care should be based on a thorough assessment of the individual's physical, emotional, and psychological needs. It is important to involve healthcare professionals, as well as the patient and their family, in this decision-making process to ensure that the timing is appropriate and the individual's wishes are respected.

In this article, we walk you through the steps to help you identify if now is the right time to consider hospice for yourself or for a loved one. 

What Happens During the 1st Week of Hospice?

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Visit Our Partners

Are you searching for a reputable long-term care facility or residential care home for yourself or a loved one? We work closely with several partners across the entire DFW metroplex. Click below to visit our Partners page and find an affiliated community near you. 

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