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Hospice Care Decreases Depression Symptoms In Surviving Spouses, Study Finds

Hospice can also be a good experience for caregivers as well.   Please review our Pastoral Thanatology Certification

Hospice can also be a good experience for caregivers as well. Please review our Pastoral Thanatology Certification

Patients being placed in hospice care aren’t the only ones eligible to receive services. Family members can also benefit from the wide range of medical, spiritual and emotional resources being offered by a palliative care facility. A new study took a look at the spouses of seriously ill patients and found that hospice [...]

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We sometimes think most about Pastoral Care for the dying with hospice but a recent study shows it can also help the survivors who cared for the terminally ill.  Surviving family can find solace in a peaceful and happy death of a loved one

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