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Veteran-to-Veteran Volunteer Honors Heartland Hospice

At Heartland, our Veteran volunteers are essential to the delivery of quality hospice care for our Veteran patients.

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Myth: A Doctor Must Recommend Hospice First

"I wanted to learn more about hospice, but thought I had to wait for the doctor to bring it up first so he could order it for my brother."

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For Caregivers of Loved Ones Living with Dementia, Love Hurts

Valentine's Day can bring bittersweet memories for caregivers of a loved one living with Alzheimer's or a related dementia.

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February is American Heart Month - Heartland Hospice

At Heartland Hospice, we understand that hospice patients with heart disease and their caregivers deserve a specialized level of care.

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American Heart Month - Heartland Home Health

At Heartland Home Health Care, we understand that cardiac patients and their caregivers deserve a specialized level of care. That is why we developed an evidence-based clinical approach to effectively manage chronic cardiac illness.

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Caffeine and Dementia

Learn about the effects caffeine in coffee can have on your loved one living with dementia.

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Heartland Hospice Services

Heartland provides care for the body, mind and spirit. We encourage our patients to share their thoughts, hopes and concerns, so we can better meet their unique needs.

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Myth: Hospice Care is Expensive

"Between doctor's visits and the cost of medications, we can't afford hospice care because we have to save everything we need for dad's ongoing needs."

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Post Dementia Facility Placement Blues

Learn about the changes a caregiver can experience after placing a loved one in long-term care.

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Myth: Hospice is a Place

Hospice is a philosophy. It can be provided in any place a patient calls home.

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