Maintaining a Relationship with your Loved One in a Facility during COVID-19.

Today, due to the threat of COVID-19 on our health, our personal relationships have suddenly changed (literally overnight) with our friends, coworkers, neighbors, fellow church members, social group members, and even family members living outside of our immediate homes. Where once we were free to meet and socialize with physical touch in a personal circle,Continue reading “Maintaining a Relationship with your Loved One in a Facility during COVID-19.”

Crash Course in Hospice Nursing for ER and ICU Staff.

With the sudden and continuing increase in COVID-19 patients in our world, there are many nurses that are finding themselves face to face with death, more than ever before.  ICU Nurses and ER nurses are trained to help and care for patients with urgent and emergent needs, with the goal to have them walk outContinue reading “Crash Course in Hospice Nursing for ER and ICU Staff.”

Providing Hospice Cares in a Facility during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Quarantine

Dear Fellow Hospice RNs, It’s now, more than ever, that your hospice patients really need your kindness, your compassion, your caring nature, and your gentle demeanor. They need you to visit, to provide a listening ear, and to provide them with some social interaction. At a time we are being told to avoid others andContinue reading “Providing Hospice Cares in a Facility during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Quarantine”