Blog Takeover: A Look Back at Georgia’s 2022 Legislative Session

Hearts for Home Care

The post Blog Takeover: A Look Back at Georgia’s 2022 Legislative Session appeared first on Hearts For Home Care. On Monday, April 4, the Georgia General Assembly debated a slew of bills late into the night on what is called Sine Die: the final day of the legislative session.

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Hoarders: Who? Why? How? (Blog Video 3:39)

Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog

Frances Shani Parker's Website Frances Shani Parker, Author "Becoming Dead Right: A Hospice Volunteer in Urban Nursing Homes" [link] Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog [link].

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What were the top 5 stories of HopeHealth’s 2021 blog?

HopeHealth

HopeHealth recaps its top 5 most popular blog stories of 2021. The post What were the top 5 stories of HopeHealth’s 2021 blog? HopeHealth Blog

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Blog Takeover: My Family Hosted a Legislative Home Visit ? You Should Too.

Hearts for Home Care

The post Blog Takeover: My Family Hosted a Legislative Home Visit ? My name is Lisa Letterman and my son John was in a severe car accident in 2020, which left him paralyzed from the neck down, unable to walk, talk, or breathe on his own.

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The Georgia Mass Choir - Come On In The Room

Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog

Frances Shani Parker, Author "Becoming Dead Right: A Hospice Volunteer in Urban Nursing Homes" [link] Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog [link

Anthony’s Christmas with Santa

The Bucket-List Blog

Our stories about meaningful experiences are written as they unfold. Therefore, most stories are in the present tense. Some of the patients in these stories are no longer with us. They, and their families, gave us permission to share their experience with you.

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Joy Makes Home Visit

The Bucket-List Blog

Our stories about meaningful experiences are written as they unfold. Therefore, most stories are in the present tense. Some of the patients in these stories are no longer with us. They, and their families, gave us permission to share their experience with you.

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The Best Biscuit Breakfast

The Bucket-List Blog

Our stories about meaningful experiences are written as they unfold. Therefore, most stories are in the present tense. Some of the patients in these stories are no longer with us. They, and their families, gave us permission to share their experience with you.

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Giving Thanks to Our Veterans

Hospice of the North Coast

HNC BlogThe post Giving Thanks to Our Veterans appeared first on Hospice of the North Coast.

Dying: Being in Control (Research, Hospice Story)

Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog

Visit Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog and Frances Shani Parker's Website. Frances Shani Parker, Author "Becoming Dead Right: A Hospice Volunteer in Urban Nursing Homes" [link] Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog [link]. Are you ready to die? Because I have been a hospice volunteer many years, people sometimes assume that my patients and I talk about death a lot. We don't. But death-related discussions are important parts of advanced care planning and palliative care.

To Have Coffee with an Old Friend

The Bucket-List Blog

We all have bucket list wishes. Sometimes, they’re pretty elaborate. One of Fred’s wishes was simple: go back home again, see Sam, and have a cup of coffee in his favorite spot on the couch. We’ve cared for Fred at home for several months. Recently though, his pain worsened, and his symptoms changed.

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To Be Thanked for My Service

The Bucket-List Blog

Honoring those who have served our country is one of our greatest joys. Not everyone understands how important it can be for a veteran to be formally recognized for their service, especially as the end of life nears.

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To Get a Tattoo

The Bucket-List Blog

We all have bucket lists, right? Sometimes the thing you want to do seems simple, like getting a tattoo, but is really about much more. Claiming and honoring someone you love, for instance.

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To Marry the Love of My Life

The Bucket-List Blog

A Letter from Ann. We couldn’t do a better job telling Ann and Jerry’s story, than Ann herself. We are so grateful for their willingness to share their story with you. Their motivation is to let others in their position know they are not alone.

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To See Her Daughter’s Marriage

The Bucket-List Blog

We met Nancy through her mother who was in our care at the Compassionate Care Center. During a conversation with Nancy one of our nurses, Teresa VanCamp Dickson learned that she felt sad that her mother wouldn’t be with her for her wedding in June. .

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To Preserve & Share a Song

The Bucket-List Blog

Our stories about meaningful experiences are written as they unfold. Therefore, most stories are in the present tense. Some of the patients in these stories are no longer with us. They, and their families, gave us permission to share their experience with you. For those who have since passed, we share these in their memories with deep appreciation for what they have taught us about life and living. All her life, Lois Harrison used the gift of her voice to express and share her faith.

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Short-term billing services help fill staffing gaps in home health and hospice

HEALTHCARE first

Home Health Hospice BlogsStaffing shortages can derail timely reimbursement for home health and hospice agencies. Short-term RCM contracts can help keep you on track.

Is Death Often More Pleasant Than We Imagine? (Research, Good Death Video 2:49)

Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog

Interesting results of these studies are the following: The first study revealed that blog posts of near-death patients with cancer and sclerosis were more positive and less negative than the simulated blog posts of non-patients.

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Why Hospitals Should Increase Mental Health Support for Nurses

Daily Nurse

Blog Health & Wellness News mental health Mental Health Support Mental Health Support for Nurses nurse burnout stressThere’s no question that nursing is a stressful job; however, that stress comes with a price: mental health.

Knocking on doors: How a silent monk became a hospice chaplain

HopeHealth

HopeHealth Blog Hospice CareDenis Lynch was a silent monk for 16 years. Today, he’s a hospice chaplain. Here’s how his path led to HopeHealth, and the lessons along the way. The post Knocking on doors: How a silent monk became a hospice chaplain appeared first on HopeHealth.

3 myths about outsourcing home health RCM

HEALTHCARE first

Home Health Hospice BlogsWhy outsourcing your home health agency’s revenue cycle management isn’t as complicated, time consuming or costly as you might think.

Nurse of the Week: Tricia Seaman Oncology Nurse Fulfills Dying Patient’s Final Request 

Daily Nurse

Blog News Nurse of the Week nurse of the week oncology nurse Tricia SeamanWhen oncology nurse Tricia Seaman‘s patient learned that her cancer had spread and she only had months to live, Seaman did her best to console her.

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U.S. Army Veteran Fights Under New Banner Caring for Kids Facing Cancer

Daily Nurse

Blog Career Advice News Veterans career to pediatric oncology career to pediatric oncology nursing parents of children with cancer pediatric oncology pediatric oncology nurse richard ramos

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Nurse’s Side-Gig: Concierge with VIP Appointments

Daily Nurse

Blog Career Advice News concierge concierge with VIP Nena Hart nurse concierge nurse concierge with VIPEver wonder what it would be like to work at a wellness center as a nurse concierge with VIP patients?

Home Health Care in Florida, Clearwater, Pasco County, Largo, Tampa and Nearby Cities

Bayshore Care Home

It is quite stressful when you have a patient at home who needs to be looked after but also does not want his independence to be compromised. Bayshore Home Care. The post Home Health Care in Florida, Clearwater, Pasco County, Largo, Tampa and Nearby Cities first appeared on Bayshore Home Care.

Becoming Dead Right in 10 Steps

Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog

Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog Frances Shani Parker, Author "Becoming Dead Right: A Hospice Volunteer in Urban Nursing Homes" [link] Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog [link Life is a journey.

Senior Care in Tampa, Pinellas County, Hillsborough County, Clearwater and Surrounding Areas

Bayshore Care Home

f you are looking for dependable and affordable medical attention at home, let our experts add Bayshore Home Care comes to your service. We are one of the premier choices.

Spirituality, Cancer, and Aging

Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog

Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog , Frances Shani Parker's Website Frances Shani Parker, Author "Becoming Dead Right: A Hospice Volunteer in Urban Nursing Homes" [link] Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog [link]. Spirituality has often been associated positively in healthcare by most patients. Healthcare providers should be sensitive to this when they make healthcare decisions impacting patients and their families.

5 Questions Every Nurse Should Ask Patients in Addiction Recovery

Daily Nurse

In this blog post, we will discuss five questions that every nurse should ask patients in addiction recovery. Blog Health & Wellness Health Literacy addiction Addiction Treatment opiate use disorder SUD

Nurse Practitioners in the Ascendant

Daily Nurse

Blog Career Advice News NP NP career opportunity NPs nurse career coach Nurse Keith nurse practitioner Nurse practitioners Nurse Practitioners in the Ascendant

On the road with a home care physical therapist

HopeHealth

Home Care HopeHealth BlogHome care physical therapy meets patients in the intimacy of home, tackling the specific challenges of the environment where they live. A physical therapist shares what it’s like. The post On the road with a home care physical therapist appeared first on HopeHealth.

“Dear Veteran”: A letter-writing campaign reaches veterans at the end of life

HopeHealth

HopeHealth Blog Veteran Support VolunteersStudent volunteers from Brown University have been sending thank-you letters to veterans at HopeHealth. Here’s what the letters mean to veterans, and to the students who write them.

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Nurse of the Week: Chief Nursing Officer Builds a Kinder World Through Kindness Initiative

Daily Nurse

Blog News Nurse of the Week acts of kindness carolyn booker kidness kindness in healthcare kindness in nursing kindness initiative Kindness Revolution Northside Hospital Forsyth

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In the halls of Hulitar: An inpatient hospice nurse opens up

HopeHealth

Careers HopeHealth Blog Hospice CareAn inpatient hospice nurse opens up about his experiences at Hulitar Hospice Center, and what it means for patients and their families spending their final moments together.

Study Finds LED Lighting Cuts Risk of Falls 43 Percent

Daily Nurse

Blog News Patient Care fall intervention LED lighting long-term care facilities preventing falls

Nurse of the Week: U.S. Navy Veteran Gregory Jones

Daily Nurse

Blog Men in Nursing News Nurse of the Week Cedars Sinai Gregory Jones Jones nurse of the week US Navy veteranThe commercials for the Navy said that if you joined, you could “Live the adventure,” and Gregory Jones, then 16, took note.

How to Combat the Nursing Shortage: Tips for Recruiting Quality Candidates

Daily Nurse

Blog News Nurse Staffing Shortage attracting nurse applicants Combat the Nursing Shortage nurse recruitment nursing recruitment Nursing shortage recruiting quality nurses

Dementia Violence in Healthcare

Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog

Frances Shani Parker, Author "Becoming Dead Right: A Hospice Volunteer in Urban Nursing Homes" [link] Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog [link As a hospice volunteer in Detroit, Michigan nursing homes, I viewed dementia as a fluttering bee. I never knew when it would make honey or sting.

Full circle: The inspiring journey of a volunteer turned patient

HopeHealth

HopeHealth Blog PhilanthropyMore than 12 years ago, Nancy Reiser picked up the phone and dialed HopeHealth’s volunteer team. She was interested in learning about the end-of-life experience, she explained.

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Tampa General Hospital First U.S. Emergency Department Using Rapid Blood Test for Traumatic Brain Injury, Concussion

Daily Nurse

Blog News Public Health emergency department emergency department nurse rapid blood test tampa general hospital TBI traumatic brain injury

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What is a CNA? Job Description and Career Guide

Daily Nurse

Blog Career Advice CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) News Certified Nursing Assistant CNA CNA career guide CNA job outlookA Certified Nursing Assistant, or CNA, provides basic care to patients in hospitals, nursing homes, and other medical facilities.

The Hidden Healthcare Heroes: A Lab Techs Journey Through the Pandemic

Daily Nurse

Blog Career Advice News Nursing Careers covid lab tech pandemic Suzanna Bator The Cleveland Clinic

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12 Types of Nursing Certifications and What They Mean for Student Nurses

Daily Nurse

Blog Certification News Nursing Students ACLS certification. Nursing certifications are essential to provide the best possible care for your patients. There are many different types of certifications, and each one offers a different set of skills and knowledge.