The primary difference is the goal of care. People come into a traditional home care program like Calvary’s Certified Home Health Agency to get better after a serious illness or surgery.
Spirituality at the End of Life
While death is not a topic most Americans willingly embrace, men and women who engage in faith traditions understand the wisdom of those words.
Understanding Palliative Care
Palliative care means comfort and support for patients with serious illnesses. Specialized medical providers focus on relieving pain and associated symptoms, reducing stress, and generally improving quality of life for patients and their families.
Helping People Find Peace and Meaning in Life after Loss
When you experience the death of someone significant in your life, you can feel as though your world has spun out of control.
Advance Care Directives: What You Need to Know
Nobody likes to think about it, but sometime in the future, you or an important person in your life may become very sick or injured, and be unable to make decisions regarding medical care.
Halachic End of Life Care at Calvary Hospital
One of the universally most difficult situations to face is having a loved one who is nearing the end of life. Religious practices that are dear to the patient and family can offer comfort and solace.