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Sharing Music with Older Adults

Posted on May 16, 2022 by Li Kynvi, MA, MT-BC, LMHC in Complementary therapy

Having worked in hospice music therapy for 15 years, Li Kynvi shares how we can help older adults reconnect with the music they love. ...

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Our Care Dimensions Hospice Team Brought Compassion to My Husband with ALS and Our Family

Posted on May 12, 2022 by Mary Ioven in Hospice

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. ...

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Bridging Gaps as Spanish-Speaking Hospice Nurse

Posted on May 9, 2022 by Lisa Conti in Hospice careers

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. ...

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Ways to Cope While Grieving Mom or Dad

Posted on May 5, 2022 by Geraldine Davis, LHMC

Everyone walks with grief now and everybody has different reactions to their grief, particularly for Mother’s and Father’s days. Try some healthy exercises for coping with your grief. ...

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Hospice Nurse Residency Grads Gain Skills, Confidence

Posted on April 27, 2022 by Lisa Conti in Hospice careers,  Nurse residency

Four nurses who recently completed Care Dimensions' hospice nurse residency program share why they applied and lessons learned from the training. ...

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Using the Spirit of Ubuntu in Patient Care

Posted on April 25, 2022 by Amy Ciancarelli

During Patient Experience Week and every week, let us appreciate and nurture the relationships we have with one another and know that we are better together. ...

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Family Came First for East Boston Man

Posted on April 21, 2022 by Robin Ellington in Care Dimensions Hospice House,  Donors,  Walk for Hospice

Grateful for the support from Care Dimensions, the family of Daniel Nigro is participating in the Walk for Hospice again and "already planning to double our fundraising this year," says daughter Danielle. ...

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Being Present as a Hospice Volunteer

Posted on April 20, 2022 by Trish Cannon in Volunteers

Trish Cannon explains how living in another country for 10 years gave her a new perspective that is central to her work as a hospice volunteer. ...

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Volunteers Vital to Hospice Operations

Posted on April 18, 2022 by Sheryl Meehan in Volunteers

As we observe National Volunteer Week, Care Dimensions thanks our volunteers who perform many tasks that help hospice patients and families. ...

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Why I Have a Health Care Proxy

Posted on April 13, 2022 by Mary McCormick-Gendzel in Advance Directives,  Health care directives

A retired hospital nurse asks, since death is unavoidable, why not have some control over how it happens if you can? ...

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