June 16, 2013

A Meaningful Life; A Peaceful Death

Each of us travels along a unique life path. If we are fortunate, we share the journey with family and friends. Nevertheless, it is our path […]
May 24, 2013

Flex Time

Whether you’re an occasional exerciser or a daily enthusiast, flexibility is key to ensuring that your body can do what you want it to do: walk […]
May 24, 2013

Dealing with Loss

Loss takes many forms: the death of a beloved person or pet; the loss of a job, home or relationship; the loss of a faculty such […]
May 16, 2013

“I Keep Coming Back” – Profile of a Volunteer’s Heart

“Being on the HNC team makes me feel a part of something. I have held a patient’s hand for two hours. Enabled weary caregivers to run […]
May 16, 2013

Candor Can Be the Kindest Approach

A friend recently worked with an attorney to create a living trust; just in case, she told the man, “something happens to me.” He startled her […]
April 24, 2013

Mind Matters

Can’t recall where you put your cell phone? That’s simple forgetfulness. Can’t recall what your cell phone is for? That might signal a deeper problem. All […]
March 24, 2013

Facts About Hospice Care

We need help when we enter this world, and when we depart it. Compassionate end-of-life care is vital. Fortunately, assistance is this field has grown. According […]
February 24, 2013

Avoid Caregiver Burnout

Experiencing an illness is difficult. Caring for someone who is chronically or terminally ill can be overwhelming. Being a caregiver changes home and family dynamics, sometimes […]
November 24, 2012

An Attitude of Gratitude

What will you be doing on the fourth Thursday of November? I hope you’ll be enjoying a bountiful feast with family or friends, or perhaps volunteering […]