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Palliative Care and COVID-19

The enormous influx of critically ill patients, combined with medical equipment shortages, has forced people to rapidly confront end-of-life situations and decisions.

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Short-Term Rehab: What to Expect

If you or a loved one is hospitalized for a surgical procedure, injury or an acute illness, your medical team may recommend short-term rehab, or rehabilitation, before returning home.

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Navigating Life Care Planning

We make plans for many parts of our lives, from major decisions such as purchasing a home to training for a marathon. Yet, when it comes to planning for future…

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Taking Care of Seniors During Coronavirus

As the world continues to grapple with the coronavirus, medical authorities from all over the world, based on infection data, have identified older adults and people who have severe chronic…

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Staying Connected with Seniors During COVID-19

As always, Chandler Hall is focused on the health and wellbeing of its residents. While information regarding COVID-19 continues to evolve, available medical evidence confirms that older people—adults 60 and…

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Care for Caregivers During COVID-19

Being a caregiver is demanding and tough anytime, but COVID-19 has created added stress to an already difficult role. COVID-19 has made some people caregivers overnight. For others who have…

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Memory Care-What You Need to Know

It’s challenging and frightening when loved ones have dementia. The person you’ve known and loved is slipping away and caring for them is becoming increasingly difficult. In addition to the…

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Palliative Care-What You Need to Know

Individuals dealing with serious illness can easily and quickly become overwhelmed. They may experience significant symptoms and  anxiety brought on by their situation. Often, they find themselves thrust into an…

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What you need to know about Hospice at Home

If you’re faced with the decision of where and how to ensure that your loved one’s needs are met after your physician has informed you of a prognosis of end stage Alzheimer’s, COPD, heart failure, ALS or Parkinson’s disease, hospice care may be the right answer for you.

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