Prevent Caregiver Burnout

Prevent Caregiver Burnout

Burnout among caregivers and families is a prevalent issue seen within hospice.​ Administrators and the team at Hospice Promise understand the challenges that families endure with caring for their loved ones. Among their concerns is how to keep a caregivers and...
Distributing a Loved One’s Items

Distributing a Loved One’s Items

While knowing and facing the inevitable is beyond difficult for all involved, it also provides an opportunity for the terminal person to express their wishes regarding the belongings. Nothing can cause rifts in families faster than relatives fighting over items they...
Talking About Hospice

Talking About Hospice

Talking about death and dying may not always be easy, but it can help you make the most of life and support those you care about. It also doesn’t have to be depressing and we shouldn’t be worried about saying the wrong thing. Hospice is not, as some would describe it...
Hospice Promise Celebrates 3 Years

Hospice Promise Celebrates 3 Years

This month, Hospice Promise is celebrating our 3rd anniversary.  We have enjoyed serving our community for these past 3 years and becoming a support system for many families during challenging times. We love helping families and believe this shows in our day-to-day...
Starting the Conversation About Hospice Care

Starting the Conversation About Hospice Care

Any time a serious conversation needs to take place, it’s best to start it when you’re not already in the middle of a crisis. Beginning the conversation about hospice care is no different. When discussing hospice with your loved one, it’s a good idea to expand the...
Hospice Promise’s Philosophy

Hospice Promise’s Philosophy

Hospice is not a place – it’s a philosophy of care recognizing death as the final stage of life. Hospice Promise educates a philosophy that hospice extends across the entire life span. While end of life care may be difficult to discuss, it is best for family...