Today at the ASCNN meeting, we heard from Dan Valentine, with the VEO, Veterans Empowerment Organization, who works with homeless veterans to find jobs, shelter and medical help.
Hospice Elder Care in Smyrna GA: Many people who are near the end of life suddenly seem to make a dramatic improvement. It’s not always what you think it is.
My mom is a client of Arcturus Hospice. She is 95 and has advanced dementia, among other ailments that afflict one of her age. What I liked best about Arcturus is their communication with the family.
Hospice Care in Atlanta GA: Your elderly family member might have difficulty eating if she’s entering the later stages of Alzheimer’s disease.
Arctus team had so much fun at Insignia of Sandy Springs, making shamrock Oreos!
Once again networking with a wonderful Atlanta Senior Networking Niche (ASCNN). ASCNN meets every 2nd Thursday to help healthcare professionals network and learn about resources.
Chaplain Bryant have talked to residents of Summit Lenox apartments about how to deal with stress.
End-of-Life Care in Marietta GA: It’s never easy for you or for your elderly family member to talk about those big decisions at the end of her life.
A busy day for a couple of our communities on a rainy Sunday afternoon! We had Aaron, a student from Atlanta Institute of music played for a couple of our patients at Tapestry Memory Care.
Angie Fortucci, speaking to students at Bellehaven about hospice. The students learned the benefits of hospice which we like to use the whole approach.