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  • Taking Care of our Aging Parents

    in Self Help

    Nurse next door is able to care for your loved ones with care levels ranging from companionship right up to Nursing and end of life care.

    David and Luci Shaw are excited to be able to bring senior and their families the peace of mind they nedd through focused, personalized home care services.  Our talent is caring and as such, our goal is to make lives better one visit at a time.

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    The Danger of Caring for Hospice Patients | K8402

    in Caregiving

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    Host: Roy Masters
    Roy discussed learning to know when to cut your losses.

    Ryan feels PTSD from caring for Hospice patients.
    Jason feels spiritual pain.
    Barbara's 2nd husband is controlling toward her and her children.

    Visit - FhuEngland.com

  • 01:00


    in Culture

    Our guest, Jim Bouchard, is the Director of Marketing & Development for Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice (AHCH). Your hosts, Burl and Merry, received compassionate support in caring for Burl’s mother, Mary Ann Hall, during the final months of her life from AHCH.  In gratitude, we wish to share the empatheic and responsive care Mary Ann and we, as caregivers, received with our listeners.

    AHCH “cares for the health, independence, and quality of life of Maine residents and their families in the comfort of their home and community.  When a person is ill or homebound, the power to heal involves more than medical treatment. It's also the touch of a hand or the warmth of a smile.”  The agency has a longstanding community service mission focused on building and sustaining a continuum of in-home services to address the acute, long-term and end-of-life care needs of individuals and their families. 

    Hospice emphasizes palliative rather than curative treatment; quality rather than quantity of life. The dying are comforted. Professional medical care is given, and sophisticated symptom relief provided. Hospice affirms life and regards dying as a normal process. Hospice neither hastens nor postpones death. 

    We are especially moved by the final days Mary Ann and we spent at Hospice House, thoughtfully designed to be sensitive to the needs of patients and their families, "allowing family members to be relieved of the role of caregiver and focus solely on gathering together to support their loved one.”


    Follow Envision This! Radio and our upcoming book, Sophia's Web: A Passionate Call to Heal Our Wounded Nature, on our new website: www.envisionthismedia.com


  • 00:31

    Pastoral and Hospice Chaplain: Willie Springer

    in Spirituality

    Chaplain Willie Springer...provides Pastoral  and Hospice care at the Pathways Hospice in Macedonia Ohio and as a Minister @ The Blessed Hope Missionary Baptist Church in Cleveland Ohio

  • 00:31

    Collaborative Care with Dr. Bob Uslander, MD

    in Art

    Dr. Bob Uslander is a Palliative Care specialist with a collaborative team of practitioners offering end of life care for people with chronic disease and hosipice needs. We will explore what this type of concierge care entales and how you can best support your loved ones in need. Dr. Bob fills in the gap and gives clarity on what exactly is Palliative care.

    Also Tiff's Tidbits in bed skin care.

    Take a listen!!



  • 00:30

    Audio Blog#15: Reflections on My Mother's Dying, Hospice and Assisted Living

    in Health

    This episode is about my experience of  my mother's final days.  How hospice care was critical, how the assisted living staff dealt with the process and the details after death.  It is a time of joy and sadness, grief and celebration.  It will be about the impact of the year of care giving and the road to recovery when all is said and done.  The information, I hope will help others deal with the process of caring for a loved one at the end of life.

  • 00:32

    Self Care Matters

    in Self Help

    Do you incorporate fun in your daily life?  Do you take a proactive role in your health?  When was the last time you took a nap?  Or, how about the last time you exercised your right to say, 'no'?  Some feel it's taboo to put 'self' first.  But, if 'self' isn't healthy and happy, then what we think we're giving to others is pretty much crumbs in comparison to what we could be giving - gifting.

    Infinite Vibrations is honored and excited to talk with Anana Harris Parris about the movement she's pioneered and currently steering on behalf of Self Care.  Take a listen.  You may want to start moving with her. For more information, visit www.selfcareday.com and/or www.selfcareagency.com.

  • Right Care Health Matters

    in Health

    Right Care

  • 00:58

    Right Care Radio

    in Health

    Right Care Clinic is a leader in providing primary care, urgent care, pediatric, geriatric, and mobile medicine in the southern Middle Tennessee area. Our staff is dedicated to being available to answer the questions health care consumers may have. This podcast is designed to establish a dialogue between health care providers and health care consumers.

  • 00:31

    Diabetes Awareness Month; Queens Who Care

    in Radio

    I'm so excited about this show.  Because my topic hits home with me.  Dibetes I live with it on a daily basics.  I can't stop taking my insulin and I must go to my Diabetes Dr.  Every three months; why?  I want to live and live a life of freedom.  I don't want to loose my eyesight because I am not taking my insulin; I don't want to loose my limbs because I am not taking care of myself as instructed by my physician

    American Diabetes Association 1-800-342-2383 www.diabetes.org

    My speical for these special show is Queen of Queens Lifetime2 Jackie Walters; Diabetes Awareness is her platform and so also takes this illness serious.  She has lost love ones and she is the voice for those who need to be heard.

  • 00:54

    This Week On Conversations In Care

    in Health

    This week on Conversations In Care we bring you the a way for you to help protect your loved from financial fraud with a unique innovation in financial services that affect seniors.  Kai Stinchcombe, CEO of True Link will share with us how they can help families.

    Slam Dunk for Diabetes a basketball summer camp for kids with diabetes is around the corner and Monica Joyce, Executive DIrector and Diabetes Educator of Slam Dunk along with  Bridgette Koselke registerd dietician and Diabetes Eductor, will join me in conversation.