Mourners Bill of Rights_Blog

The Mourner’s Bill Of Rights

by Dr. Alan Wolfelt Though you should reach out to others as you do the work of mourning, you should not feel obligated to accept the unhelpful responses you may receive from some people. You are the one who is grieving, and as such, you have certain “rights” no one should try to take away…
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Go Hawaiian_blog

How Donations To Hospice Help Support End-of-Life Care

As a non-profit organization, Hospice of the Red River Valley receives funds from a variety of sources, including Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance. But we also rely heavily on community support to enhance the care and services we provide to those with terminal illnesses and their families. Deliberate acts of generosity ensure our compassionate care…
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Angel at Your Door_Blog

Angels At Your Door: How Hospice CNAs Support Patient Care

by Arlene Correia, CNA One of the many services offered to Hospice of the Red River Valley patients is regularly scheduled visits by our certified nursing assistant (CNA) staff. Four years ago when I joined the CNA staff at Hospice of the Red River Valley, one of my mentors, Jerry, who is a long-time CNA…
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Physical Pain Grief Leaves_Blog

The Physical Pain Grief Leaves Behind

by Lauryl Ivers, chaplain Grief touches every part of us. We feel it in relationships with our families, friends, co-workers and in our hearts and minds—even in our bodies. My mother died under the care of Hospice of the Red River Valley a few years ago. The Hospice team was so helpful for me and…
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5 Things About Grief_Blog

5 Things I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me About Grief

by David Montecuollo, chaplain “Today is a day that will live in agony!” Though these words many times go unspoken, they are often felt by a person or family who has lost a loved one. No matter the manner or cause of death, there is one commonality among people who lose a loved one, they…
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