Education & Resources

Physical Therapy Month

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National Physical Therapy Month We like to take some time every year during National Physical Therapy Month to think about the contributions the field of physical therapy has made to the healthcare industry. It is such a diverse profession, with therapists working in outpatient clinics, hospitals, schools, skilled nursing facilities, nursing homes, home health settings, […]

Mental Health: Depression Awareness

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Depression Education and Awareness Month October is Depression Education and Awareness Month, which aims to educate people on how depression impacts individuals and families and to decrease negative connotations associated with this mental illness. Depression in Hospice and Home Healthcare Settings Depression can affect anyone, anywhere. Depression in hospice and home healthcare settings is expectantly […]

Raising Awareness: Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer Awareness The month of October is dedicated to speaking up and raising awareness about breast cancer. What is it? Who gets it? What can I do to avoid it? How can I help people with breast cancer? Breast cancer can be a devastating diagnosis, but increasing your knowledge about it can bring some […]

Urology Awareness Month

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Urology Awareness Month What your patients need to know: Urology Awareness Month is an annual campaign to raise awareness of urological diseases and conditions. It is celebrated every September and is a great opportunity to learn more about your urological health and the importance of early detection. What is Urology? Urology is the medical specialty […]

The Use of Lasix in Hospice


The Use of Lasix in Hospice Care When it comes to hospice care, our team is focused solely on providing comfort and pain-free care to hospice care patients. For both hospice patients and their families, coping with terminal illness brings about a wide array of emotional worries and concerns. In addition to emotional stress, those […]

Sepsis Awareness Month: Know the Signs

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Sepsis Awareness Month: Know the Signs and Save Lives We observe Sepsis Awareness Month in September as a time to raise awareness of this life-threatening condition. Sepsis is the body’s extreme response to an infection, and it can quickly lead to tissue damage, organ failure, and death. What is sepsis? Sepsis is a medical emergency […]

Assisted Living Week

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Assisted Living Week 2023 This year from September 10th through September 16th, join us in celebrating Assisted Living Week 2023. We celebrate this week to recognize all the amazing people involved in assisted living facilities (ALF), including staff, volunteers, and hospice and home healthcare professionals. This year’s Assisted Living Week has been given a “Season […]

Healthy Aging Month

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Healthy Aging Month: Promoting Healthy Aging for Seniors Healthy Aging Month is an annual observance, dedicated to promoting healthy aging for seniors. The month of September was chosen for this observance because it is the month that marks the beginning of the fall season, a time when many seniors begin to think about their health […]

Cholesterol Education Month

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National Cholesterol Education Month: A Time to Take Control of Your Heart Health September is National Cholesterol Education Month, a time to raise awareness about the importance of managing cholesterol levels. High cholesterol is a major risk factor for heart disease, stroke, and other health problems. What is Cholesterol? Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance […]

National Immunization Awareness Month

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National Immunization Awareness Month August is National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM). This annual event is an important reminder that vaccination is one of the safest and most effective strategies for preventing transmissible diseases. Each year, millions of people of all ages benefit from receiving vaccines. Older adults are particularly susceptible to certain vaccine-preventable illnesses and […]