Certified Nursing Assistant Stephanie Rodriguez writes about what drew her to hospice care and what advice she'd give to others looking to join end-of-life care. ...Continue reading
It is complicated for adults to wrap our heads around what has been happening in our world, and it can be confusing to know how to talk to our children about it. Avoiding the topic doesn’t make it go away. We encourage you to speak openly as a family about the recent events. This articles lists four ways parents can help their children deal with frightening news. ...Continue reading
Morphine relieves pain and makes it easier for many hospice patients to breathe, but persistent myths can hinder its benefits. Here’s the truth about five common morphine myths. ...Continue reading
When Khalid was diagnosed with ALS, the family was shocked. His wife Mary and son Sean reached out for extra help from Care Dimensions, and received so much more. ...Continue reading
Having grown up and worked as a nurse in the Dominican Republic, Care Dimensions' Registered Nurse Luz Tejeda bridges language and cultural gaps between hospice clinicians and their Spanish-speaking patients and families. ...Continue reading
Four nurses who recently completed Care Dimensions' hospice nurse residency program share why they applied and lessons learned from the training. ...Continue reading
Since 1978, Care Dimensions has provided comprehensive and compassionate care for individuals and families dealing with life-threatening illnesses. As the non-profit leader in advanced illness care, we offer services in over 100 communities in Massachusetts.