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Tag Archives: Quality of life
In part one of our interview with Julie Groves, we talk about the specifics of occupational therapy and how it can improve the quality of lives nearing their end
Today SevenPonds is speaking with Julie Groves, owner of the occupational therapy organization Therapy In Your Home. Julie has been working in the field of home care since 1980, including experience in working in hospitals and rehabilitation facilities. Kimberly: How … Continue reading
Janet Brush talks about how care managers can work with clients, family and friends to craft individualized care plans to increase the quality of life for seniors
Today, SevenPonds speaks with Janet Brush, who is the founder and managing director of Senior Alternatives — a company that is focused on providing comprehensive senior care to residents in the Bay Area. Janet has extensive experience in the field … Continue reading
End-of-life patients pass on their memories and knowledge to families through the process of dignity therapy.
A study at University of Manitoba-Winnipeg, Canada, has tested an addition to the approach to end-of-life care for terminally-ill patients that seems to greatly increase a patient’s quality of life and reduce end-of-life distress. Unlike traditional palliative care, which focuses … Continue reading