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ALS Values Assessment Tool Helps Patients Make Important Decisions

ALS Values Assessment Tool Helps Patients Make Important Decisions

We understand the wave of emotions individuals and their loved ones experience after learning they have Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) – sadness, anger, shock, and fear. People living with ALS face many unknowns concerning their future. Many are seeking answers to questions they have about their future. A multidisciplinary team of Unity clinicians with decades…

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ALS Values Assessment Guide Helps Patients Improve Quality of Life

ALS Values Assessment Guide Helps Patients Improve Quality of Life

Imagine the wave of emotions individuals and their loved ones experience after receiving a diagnosis of ALS – sadness, anger, shock, and fear. Individuals living with ALS face a myriad of uncertainties concerning their future. Many are seeking answers to questions they have about their future. A multidisciplinary team of Unity clinicians with decades of…

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Let’s Talk About Hospice Chaplains

Let’s Talk About Hospice Chaplains

By Joe Green, Assistant Director of Support Services/Lead Chaplain Hello there! I’m Joe Green, Assistant Director of Support Services and Lead Chaplain at Unity Hospice and Palliative Care. I’m here to talk about a vital member of your Hospice Care Team: the hospice chaplain. You may hear common responses like, “We are not religious,” or…

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Let’s Talk About Hospice Chaplains

Let’s Talk About Hospice Chaplains

By Joe Green, Assistant Director of Support Services/Lead Chaplain Hello there! I’m Joe Green, Assistant Director of Support Services and Lead Chaplain at Unity Hospice and Palliative Care. I’m here to talk about a vital member of your Hospice Care Team: the hospice chaplain. You may hear common responses like, “We are not religious,” or…

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Are You or a Loved One Ready for Hospice Care?  

Are You or a Loved One Ready for Hospice Care?  

Look for These 12 Common Indicators – if you notice at least 3 of these, consider hospice for additional comfort and support. Hospice is a special kind of care that focuses on quality of life for people with serious illnesses who have been diagnosed with six months or less to live.  Research shows that starting hospice care sooner can provide better symptom relief, success with pain management and quality end-of-life care.

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Hospice vs Palliative Care – Know the Difference.

Hospice vs Palliative Care – Know the Difference.

Approximately 90 million people in the US are living with a serious illness. That number will more than double over the next 25 years. Palliative care or hospice care can improve the quality of life for patients and their families. Here is an overview of the differences between both types of care.

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