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Each and every day social workers throughout the world work tirelessly to make our society a better place to live. Lending their expertise, talent, and tenacity to those who need it most. In March, we celebrate National Social Worker’s Month, and this lends as an opportunity to shine the spotlight on those who work in hospice care.
When we witness a loved one in their last few months of life it can be difficult on many levels, but a hospice social worker strives to help both patients and their families through the end-of-life process. The hospice team, which includes a licensed social worker, treats each patient as a whole, addressing their needs-physically, emotionally, and spiritually. The social worker, who’s assigned a patient upon admission, also helps loved-ones and caregivers navigate the practical and emotional issues that arise throug
Original Post URL: http://cchlv.com/save-the-date/
CompassionCare Hospice’s Annual Memorial Service: Celebrate The Star of Your Life
Will be held on Sunday, April 29, 2018 beginning at 1:00 p.m. The Springs Preserve: 333 South Valley View at US 95 (we suggest you arrive early for parking and seating).
This service is FREE and open to anyone who has lost a loved-one, we just ask that you kindly RSVP to: CCHMemorial@cchlv.com. There will be a video montage played at the service, if you would like to submit a picture of your loved-one, please email the above address or you can also call 702-636-0200 and ask for the Bereavement Department for more information and instructions to follow. Please note that all pictures must be submitted by April 9th to ensure they will make it in the video.
For those who’ve attended in the past, we look forward to seeing you again this year. We ho
Original Post URL: http://cchlv.com/for-the-love-of-pets/
At CompassionCare Hospice patient and family care are top priority. “Family” can mean a lot of different things too many people, and isn’t always blood related. Family can include a close friend, loved-one, caregiver, or even a pet. When a patient passes with CompassionCare Hospice and there is no one to look after their furry friend anymore, our staff continue the role as caregiver to these beloved animals.
Check out our news story below.
Categories: CompassionCare Hospice, hospice awareness, Hospice Care
Tags: CCHLV, CompassionCare Hospice, Hospice Awareness, Hospice Care, Las Vegas, Nevada
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February marks National Heart Health Month and there are some important facts to know.
More fatal then all the different types of cancer combined, heart disease effects more women than men, surprising to most. While one in 31 American women dies from breast cancer each year, heart disease is the cause of one out of every three deaths. And it effects women of all ages too, according to the American Heart Association.
For those younger, smoking cigarettes and taking birth control ups the risk of heart disease by 20 percent. Of course with age our risk automatically goes up, but not taking care of ourselves physically and over indulging can lead to clogged arteries later in life. Being born with an underlying heart condition also puts those at a high risk for the disease.
Just because you may show no symptoms, doesn’t mean you’re in the clear. Sixty-four percent
Original Post URL: http://cchlv.com/compassioncare-hospice-hiring-2/
CompassionCare Hospice is currently looking for both part-time and full-time Certified Nursing Assistants to join our team of professionals!
As a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) you will: Assist nursing staff with patients’ personal care, emotional support, and activities of daily living.
More complex duties performed under supervision of professional nursing personnel.
Minimum Requirements include:
Completion of course for nursing assistants. Current Nursing Assistant Certification. Bilingual preferred, but not required.
Anyone interested may complete an application on our website or stop by our office located at: 7842 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, 89117. Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Resumes can also be sent to bob.harris @cchlv.com
Categories: CompassionCare Hospice
Original Post URL: http://cchlv.com/compassioncare-hospice-blood-drive/
Did you know that every 2 seconds someone needs blood? One blood donation can help save the lives of up to three people.
CompassionCare Hospice along with the American Red Cross will be hosting a BLOOD DRIVE
Friday, February 16, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at 7842 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas 89117
We’re still in need of registrants! To schedule your appointment please log on to redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor code: COMPASSIONCARE. You can also call 1-800-733-2676. If you have questions regarding eligibility to donate, please call 1-866-236-3276.
Start the donation process by completing an online pre-donation health history questionnaire on the day of your appointment – http://www.redcrossblood.org/RapidPass
Type O donors are needed! Seasonal shortages of type O are common be
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The holiday season always brings families together and can serve as a prime opportunity to have a conversation about what you and your loved ones want at the end of life. Some of the considerations you may discuss can include: the use of a breathing machine, starting dialysis, if you want to be resuscitated if you stop breathing, feeding tubes, or whether or not you wish to donate your organs someday.
Every year, some 12 million Americans need home services due to illness, disability, or end-of-life care. Seventy percent of Americans say they would prefer to die at home, but nearly 70 percent pass away in hospital and institutions. Ninety percent of Americans know they should have conversations about end-of-life care, yet only 30 have actually done so.
Having a plan and making concrete decisions not only relieves your loved-0nes of these tough calls, but it also ensures that d
Original Post URL: http://cchlv.com/whats-the-difference-hospice-vs-palliative-care/
Both Hospice and Palliative care offer considerate care to patients who suffer from life-limiting illnesses, while also providing pain and symptom management and relief. Hospice care is palliative by nature, but there are important differences. Because more than 90 percent of hospice care is paid for through the Medicare Hospice Benefit, hospice patients must meet Medicare’s eligibility requirements, whereas Palliative care patients are not required to. To qualify for hospice care, as a rule, you must be within six months of passing and in a terminal state, if your disease follows its expected course. Patients appropriate for Palliative care can be in any stage of an illness-terminal or otherwise.
Here are some other differences and similarities between the two.
Hospice care can be covered under Medicare, Medicaid, and mos
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“It’s about how you live” is the theme for this year’s National Hospice & Palliative Care Month.
Hospice and palliative care organizations are the advocates and educators on advanced healthcare planning. We help individuals make decisions about the healthcare they would want to receive should they be faced with a serious or life-limiting illness, or if they were unable to speak for themselves. Learning about your options before being faced with a crisis and understanding what’s available to you and your family allows you to live each day to the fullest. Sharing your wishes with your family, loved ones, and physician leaves no question about how you want to be treated at the end-of-life.
Being diagnosed with a serious illness can be a hard pill to swallow, but how you choose to live is completely up to
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Tonight’s the night streets will be filled with little ghosts and goblins on the hunt for candy. Not only is Halloween popular with kids, teens and adults enjoy this night just the same. Whatever your plans may be everyone, should be safe. Here are some tips to help!
Planning a trick-or-treat route for your little one’s is always best, this ensures you know where they are going. An adult should always accompany children as they make their way around the neighborhood going door to door. Make sure your little superhero can see-and been seen by others. Give them a flashlight to carry for super dark areas or put something reflective on their costume. Face paint is also a good alternative to wearing a mask.
Of course only houses with porch lights on should be visited, never go inside and be cautious of animals that may be out too. When you get home to