My Hospice Choice

My Hospice Choice

It is with heartfelt gratitude that I write this letter about Circle of Life Hospice. In November 2019, my mother, Ruth, had a severe stroke. She went through a hospital stay, rehabilitation, followed by 21 days in an assisted living facility. I visited her often. One...
Oly Fabric Gowns

Oly Fabric Gowns

A HUGE thank you to those that have made masks for our Circle of Life team. We now have enough masks, but if you are working on some, please go ahead and complete them and deliver to our office. Our next need is for medical gowns. The gowns must be made of Oly fabric....
Special Resources

Special Resources

Join us for a free Anticipatory Grief Support Group via online Zoom meeting. Our lives have changed tremendously in the past month. This group is there for those struggling with limited access to visit a loved one nearing end of life while addressing feelings of...
Tips for Caring for Veterans at the End of Life

Tips for Caring for Veterans at the End of Life

There are many challenges veterans may face at the end of their lives—unable to admit to symptoms of pain and anxiety, isolation, anger outbursts, feelings of guilt, and nightmares—are not uncommon for veterans who are receiving hospice care. The experience of illness...
Why Do People Choose Hospice?

Why Do People Choose Hospice?

When we ask families why they’re choosing hospice, we often hear it’s because a doctor told them there was nothing left to do. Too often, we hear this when their loved one has just days left to live. Even more often, we hear that families didn’t realize their loved...
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