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Understanding Hospice Care

19 Jun 2017 | 0 comments

In this video series, the President of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Donald Schumacher describes Hospice care. Mr. Schumacher covers the different types of hospice care that are available, including advice on how to select a hospice and how to know when your loved ones are ready for Hospice care. Source: The National Hospice […]

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Mesa kindergarteners connect with seniors

20 May 2017 | 0 comments

Family Comfort Hospice Volunteer Coordinator and Community Educator, Barbara, does an excellent job bringing the community together and facilitating in the “Art of Neighboring” in Mesa! The “Art of Neighboring” program at Jefferson Elementary school in Mesa has kindergarteners walking over to the Fellowship Square home in Mesa, singing with the residents, making paper flowers […]

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Home Care Testimonial

30 Jan 2017 | Comments Off on Home Care Testimonial

“When my Dad’s health started declining, I didn’t know what to do.  After an emergency room visit and discharge from the hospital, the hospital social workers mentioned the term hospice. I really didn’t know what hospice meant. I thought it was a place. I thought it was about death. Fortunately for my Dad and my […]

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Chandler Community Meeting

01 Jan 2017 | Comments Off on Chandler Community Meeting

CHANDLER, AZ – A group of people who own small assisted living homes in Arizona met Tuesday to discuss ways to deal with the upcoming minimum wage increase. About 100 people showed up, including staff of Family Comfort Hospice, for an “emergency meeting.” Small assisted living homes in Arizona are trying to figure out how […]

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Palliative Service vs Hospice Service

31 Oct 2016 | Comments Off on Palliative Service vs Hospice Service

Question Palliative Care Hospice Care Who can receive care? Anyone with a serious illness, regardless of life expectancy, can receive palliative care Someone with a life-threatening illness and a life expectancy of six months or less. Talk with your physician. Can I continue to receive treatments to cure my illness? You may receive palliative care […]

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