Most of Life
Welcome to Most of Life, the Chapters Health System blog. Pour yourself a cold or hot beverage of choice, pull-up a chair and settle in to learn and become better educated on our blog. From hospice to palliative care to home health and more, read the topics that interest you. Whether you are a patient, loved one, friend or caregiver, there’s something here for everyone.
Please visit Most of Life often for updates and news regarding the ever-changing landscape of advanced illness issues and end-of-life care.
What began as a conversation about work-life balance turned into how one hospice nurse became an expert in caring for patients with spiritual distress.
Find how you don’t have to wait until January 1, the first of the month or a Monday to start bullet journaling to get your life back on track.
By following the MIND diet, you actually can eat foods that boost brain health and thus decrease your risk of memory loss.
Unfortunately, for older adults who suffer from dementia and memory loss, the transition from day to night can trigger something called sundowning.
Stephen and Laura Barnes know it can be scary to think what hospice care can mean for a child, but they want other parents to know that it doesn’t have to mean the worst.
Coffee and Cedar is a book of how loved ones can influence your life with memories and wisdom carrying on for generations to come.
When words aren’t enough to help along the grief journey, a creative outlet can help the healing process.
Jack and Jane Russell have been volunteering with HPH Hospice for five years, but their desire to help others in need goes back decades.
Medical ethics involves the incorporation of a moral code into medical practice. Some may be tempted to simply interpret medical ethics as the practice of treating others the way we would wish to be treated ourselves.
If you’d like to begin the year with a thought-provoking, well-written first novel check out “What We Lose” by Zinzi Clemmons.