Coping with Caregiver’s Grief

For some caregivers the journey is not over with the death of their loved one. A caregiver’s grief may be very different because of the close relationship they had built with the person they took care of for weeks, months…

Hospice Cares for Patients

 

Hospice cares for the “whole” person. We do treat the symptoms associated with your disease. We are experts when it comes to pain management.  But there is more to hospice care than just that.

Training for Race Day

Kim Blomgren, the Admissions Patient Care Manager at Hospice of Central New York will be dedicating her 13.1 mile run at the Syracuse Half Marathon to Hospice. Over the years Kim has become passionate about running, and preparing for a…

North Syracuse Art Guild Exhibit Opens

Members of the North Syracuse Art Guild have again filled the conference rooms and hallways of the Hospice campus with their wonderful works of art. Come and see watercolors, oil paintings, and sketches from this group of talented Central New…

Summer Grief

By Joyce Nevola, LMSW, Bereavement Counselor   A summer in Syracuse, New York echoes etchings of sun-glistened lakes, playful picnicking parks, adventuresome hiking trails, and festival gatherings. Thoughts of sleeping in, leaving stress behind, playing outdoors, and day- dreaming of…