Caregiving is not an easy task whether it is paid or unpaid. It can take its toll on people responsible for the day to day living of older adults, those with limited mobility or impairment and seniors nearing end of life. In the US, there are over 39 million caregivers. Emotional and physical burdens affect […]
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Hospice Care Corporation recently signed a Joint Operating Agreement with its longtime collaborative partner, Capital Caring of the Maryland, Virginia and DC region. This exciting development formalizes a collaboration that has been occurring for nearly 10 years and will enhance direct patient care programs, expand training opportunities for employees of HCC and Capital Caring, and […]
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A trailblazer at heart, Davis feels compelled to make sure everyone knows that hospice care is available and that they’re entitled to it. She did that in West Virginia: Hospice Care Corporation is the largest hospice in the state, serving 12 counties. “I feel people should get the care they need – the right patient, […]