Monday, November 8, 2010

Thank goodness for hospice

Thank goodness for Hospice.

In four short months someone I love has met with life changing health problems. It was decided recently that he would be more comfortable at home thus the services of hospice.

There aren't enough words to describe their compassionate pragmatism. It will be easier now because of them. The end will be what it is but now he is in good hands.
http://www2.providence.org/kingcounty/facilities/providence-hospice-of-seattle/Our-Services/Pages/default.aspx

and http://www.ginasangels.net/services.html

Not that it is easy, as any of you who have watched someone you love become less vital and more in need of help. Passages.

I have also learned about having proper records ...organized, ready to go. Searching through someone elses papers is a journey of it's own.

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