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Our Care Is As Unique As Your DNA
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Depression and Suicide: Interesting Fact

Did you know that loneliness and depression can lead to suicidal tendencies? There have been many cases recorded recently that led to a conclusion that depression and suicide are linked to each other. There are 2 basic ways to prevent this: First is to prevent depression and then second is to be vigilant always.

Want to know more? Visit us at www.nevadahospicecare.com or call 702 912 0500.
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Spiritual Counseling for the Soul

Caring for the sick is also thinking about their spiritual well-being. Receive counseling for your soul. Check out www.nevadahospicecare.com. #hospice
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3 Ways to Make Mealtime Fun

It is often very common to observe patients not liking the food given to them, especially during meal time. It is either because of their health condition or the medicines they are taking. That is why malnutrition is likely to happen. But we can avoid this by making their mealtime fun. Here are some tips:

Make mealtime engaging

Assisting your loved one in feeding can be fun if you begin conversing with the person, asking them about their day, or their thoughts about aging. You can choose whatever topic you like as long as it is relevant and interesting.

Turn on the TV

Not so many people know that watching TV while eating can actually increase the appetite. This is because your mind is more focus on the show you watch rather than on the taste of the food you eat. So during feeding type, try to turn on the TV and tune in to his favorite channel.

Invite friends and family over

Mealtime can be so much fun when shared with significant others in your life. You can ask their friends and families to come over and join their loved ones during mealtime to make it more fun and engaging.

Mealtime can be at times challenging, but try to be creative and engaging so your loved one will most likely participate. For more information and tips, just visit www.nevadahospicecare.com or call 702 912 0500.
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Quote of the day:

“Without a sense of caring, there can be no sense of community.” -Anthony J. D'Angelo

Caring is an integral part of what we do as a hospice facility. With the help of our hardworking, skilled, and passionate care providers, we can be able to accomplish our goals which are unique to every patient we take care of. Get to know more about us and the services we provide by visiting www.nevadahospicecare.com.

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Hospice Care for the Hurting

Wounds in the body are also wounds in the heart. Have someone take care of you. Check out Nevada Hospice Care at www.nevadahospicecare.com. #hospice
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6 Activities Possible for Terminally Ill Patients
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The ABCD of Hospice Care

For most people, hearing the words “hospice care” seems to send a chilly feeling to their spines. Though this is a sensitive program for persons with tremendously fragile conditions, it has benefits that are very agreeable.

Allow Nevada Hospice Care to present you the ABCD of Hospice Care.

1. A – assistance.
Hospice’s primary goal is aiding patients and family members through the tough times. It includes medical, logistical, emotional, and psychological assistance.

2. B – break.
It allows family members to gain rest. In the midst of a loved one’s struggle, the entire family is shaken. Hospice care can help cushion the occurring hassle and pain.

3. C – consolation.
Hospice service providers support families all the way. It is not a service of recovery, but rather it is of perpetual healing.

4. D – development.
After a loved one is lulled to eternal sleep, hospice seeks to see the family recover. Rehabilitative programs may be available.

Hospice care, unlike any other care programs, is hard to fulfill. Only experienced and established agencies are capable of successfully delivering it. Around the Las Vegas, Nevada area, we are highly recommended. Talk to us. Call Nevada Hospice Care at 702-912-0500.
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Grief Counsellors and How They Help You

Grief counselors are psychotherapists who aid people to cope with when their loved one is laid to eternal sleep. To aid patients, grief counselors perform the following:

1. Emotional, mental, and psychological support.
2. Grief and trauma therapies.
3. Stress management programs.
4. Family counseling.
5. Addressing concurrent issues like insomnia.

Find a proficient grief counselor at Nevada Hospice Care today! #HospiceCare
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We Care for the Rest of the Family Too.

Our services do not end at the patient’s passing. Nevada Hospice Care also has bereavement counseling to address the woes and pains of the surviving family members.

We understand the gravity of the situation. Your pain should not be kept on your own, allow us to be your rock. For your inquiries in getting our services, please call 702-912-0500. #BereavementCounseling
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Preparing the Family for the Inevitable

Seeing a family member suffer is painful, but witnessing one to pass over is a way more difficult. There will be no words to ease the pain. Escaping this fact is useless. The better way to handle this reality is preparing yourself and the entire family.

Here are some tips to help you out:

1. Take it easy.
Avoid stress because this moment alone is emotionally draining. If possible, take a leave from work to give you more opportunity to rest your mind.

2. Bond more often.
Take pictures, go to places, laugh, and make your loved one feel that the entire family is with him.

3. Fix unsettled issues.
If there are skirmishes that are still unsettled, iron these while there is still time. Never let your loved one rest with a heavy heart.

4. Say “I love you” more often.
Let your loved one and the rest of the family know your love. Say the words before time races you out of opportunity.

Letting your loved one go is undeniably heartbreaking. Let us be your support group in this grievous moment. Nevada Hospice Care’s specialized and expert services can be viewed at www.nevadahospicecare.com.
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