Hospice discussions with seriously ill patients should always take place in the context of their larger goals, using a step-wise approach.
Considering the unpredictable nature of heart disease and the fact that symptoms can vary with each person it’s often challenging to determine when might be the right time for hospice.
“Everybody can be great…because anybody can serve.” In celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. consider enriching the lives of those in hospice care.
Our grief and ways of expressing are just as varied as we are. No one way is right or wrong, but it’s helpful to know sharing does help. And it will get better.
Five alternatives to expressing condolences and offering support when a friend looses a loved one.
Hospice care is specialized medical care which is meant to assist people with terminal illnesses live as long as possible … and as well as possible.
Book Review Empathy is the most essential quality of civilization. Roger Ebert This book, The War for Kindness by Jamil Zaki, is about that quality. It is also about another similarly elusive quality, kindness. And it is about the emerging science that roots them. It’s about how to grow these emotional “muscles,” through community building, art, and unlikely friendships. The book …
Right now, we live in difficult times. As more and more Oklahomans succumb to COVID-19, those of us that remain are left with many questions. One of these is “How do we honor those that have passed?“ More importantly, how do we honor them safely? Sure, there are many traditional options for honoring our dead. Many of those are closed …
Kindful Hospice has earned a spot in The Oklahoman’s Top Workplaces list for the second year in a row The selection was based on employee feedback to a survey conducted by Energage measuring the following: Company leadership Career opportunities Compensation Benefits Work environment A full list of Top Workplaces 2021 will be printed in a special edition of the Oklahoman …
Right now, we live in difficult times. As more and more of our community succumb to COVID-19, those of us that remain are left with many questions. One of these is “How do we honor those that have passed? And more importantly, how do we honor them safely?”