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Despite helping over one million Americans every year, many people still hold some myths about hospice. But the facts about hospice remain to provide care, support, and comfort to both patients and their family members.
We’ll explain how each type of hospice care works, along with its pros and cons, so that you can weigh your options accordingly.
There are four levels of hospice care that all providers must offer. Patients and families can choose the type of care that works for them.
If you are choosing a hospice care center, you are likely going through some trying times. Learn important questions to ask here.
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