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Hospice Online

The scenario is not uncommon.

hospiceA woman is told her husband has an advanced cancer. She is also the primary caregiver for her 85-year-old mother who is showing signs of dementia. Despite having supportive family close by, she is feeling overwhelmed and alone.

She has many questions, but there are no easy answers.

What can she expect as her husband’s cancer progresses and how can she provide him with comfort? What should she tell her grandchildren about their “Papa’s” illness? What services are available to help with her mother’s care as her needs increase? How will she cope?

Fortunately, the answers to these and other questions are now just a click away.

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