A Month to be Grateful

Thanksgiving is a celebration designed to show our gratitude for the many blessings we have enjoyed throughout the year. November also marks Hospice Month – a time set aside to show gratitude to the staff and volunteers that take care…

In Gratitude…

The holidays have arrived and Central New Yorkers as always are quick to show how much they care about their neighbors who may be in need this Thanksgiving. This year we have a few Hospice families who could really use…

November is Hospice Month

It was a stroke of genius for the person who chose November as National Hospice Month. It’s close enough to the end of the year to start looking back and reassess what happened in the last 12 months of your…

Hospice Podcast: NY Connects

  As part of our series of podcasts about services offered by the Onondaga County Office of Aging, Host Bill Pfohl interviews Cathy DeMarzo who takes care of the NY Connects program. If you need information about long-term healthcare this podcast…

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.

Hospice Needs Nurses!

Due to unprecedented growth, Hospice of Central New York is looking to hire nurses. Hospice offers an outstanding work environment. As part of an interdisciplinary team, nurses take an active role in creating the healthcare plan for patients. If you…