Members of the Community Remember and Honor Loved Ones at the First Annual Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton Butterfly Release
More than 300 people attended the first annual Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton Celebrating Life’s Stories® Butterfly…
For many, hospice is closely tied to cancer. It is true that cancer patients were among the first to benefit from hospice care. While hospice now serves patients with a wide variety of diagnoses, cancer patients continue to be among those who turn to hospice for help as their disease advances. At Ohio’s Hospice, 34 percent of our patients have been diagnosed with cancer. Hospice offers cancer patients improved quality of life and families support as loved ones decline.
When should hospice care be considered?
The following changes may indicate hospice could benefit the patient and family:
Our staff of specialists
Maintain close monitoring of symptoms to respond quickly when changes in condition occur
For patient families, Hospice of Dayton
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