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Safe Activities to Enjoy While Social Distancing

Due to COVID-19, more and more Americans are practicing social distancing. While working at home, schooling from home, and sheltering in place, it’s understandable to wish for a simpler time when you could leave the house or interact with others outside of your household without worry. With new recommendations from the White House to continue

A Letter from Our CEO on COVID-19

Our Continued Diligence to Patient Care Abode Healthcare has hired an infectious disease physician as an expert resource to help guide our decisions related to prevention and management of COVID-19. All employees of Abode Healthcare have been re-educated on infection control, proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE), as well as effective handwashing techniques. Abode

The coronavirus panic: How you can remain calm

The coronavirus, or COVID-19, is here in the United States and more people are getting sick, but the message remains the same: do not panic.  We’re reminded of the safety briefing on a plane “if the oxygen masks drop down and we lose altitude, put your mask on and stay calm.” Not panicking is easier said

The Power of Prayer, Love & Positivity

Pictured is Mark, Bereavement Coordinator at Abode Hospice & Home Health in Colorado, putting together bags of goodies for our staff as they tackle each day with grit and compassion. In light of the current situation with COVID-19, our staff are working harder and more passionately than ever. Each day, they come to work ready

The Why, When, and How of Handwashing

According to the Center for Disease Control, handwashing is your best defense against the spread of germs. The CDC recommends washing your hands before, during, and after prepping food; before eating; before and after caring for a loved one; before and after treating a cut or wound; after using the toilet; after blowing your nose,

Hundreds Show Up Despite Snowstorm to Honor Unattended Veteran

The mission of Abode’s Bereavement program is to provide the best bereavement program for our clients, their communities, and our staff. When Mark S., Abode Hospice Bereavement Coordinator and Chaplain, discovered that a recently deceased patient, Clyde, was an unattended veteran, he set into action. As a first step, Mark reached out to the community

The Honest Truth About Grief

The Honest Truth About Grief Here are three honest truths about grief that everyone should know. Grief is forever. This is hard to hear, but vital to understand. The sooner you accept this, the sooner you will be able to adapt to and deal with your grief. It’s ok to not be ok. Grief is

My Experience as a Hospice Volunteer

When becoming a hospice volunteer, my expectations were that I would be reading, holding hands and sitting quietly with patients.   I had no idea that I would build new friendships that would lead to events like taking patients on plane and motorcycle rides. While talking with Mark, we had a number of similar life experiences such as:

Call to Action | Premier Hospice

Premier Hospice and Home Health orchestrated this ‘Call to Action’ video where nurse Kyla Powell advocates for hospice and explains the support they have to offer.

Spreading the Purple

  The Hospice of the Midwest team worked together to dip strawberries in chocolate and purple sprinkles in order to Spread the Purple (their company colors)! They named this effort – Purple Sparkled Strawberry Love! They then delivered these purple treats to different facilities they work with, and they loved them! Way to go Team