Blog - White Orchid Hospice

  Hospice care falls in the category of palliative care that is related to providing care for terminally ill patients (CARE, 2015). It allows them to accept their death positively and provides emotional strength and support to dying patients and families (Plumb & Ogle, 1992). Hospice...

A patient's terminal condition affects them not only physically but also emotionally. At the end of their life, patients may get depression, anxieties, and disconnected from the outer world. However, you can improve their condition by choosing a hospice service. Many people don't have any...

It is natural for a terminally sick patient to feel a bit down in the dumps. However, if you sense the need to offer them comfort and make their final days easy, then hire a professional caretaker. Family members are technically the primary carers, although these...

A pretty common misconception about hospice care is that it is a place. Hospice isn’t a physical building or type of hospital wing - it is a holistic care philosophy that provides comfort to not only terminally ill patients, but to that patient’s family, friends,...

Living with a life-threatening disease is not easy for a person. Nobody can understand or even imagine how the patient must be feeling. It's not just the patient but also the family member who is in excruciating pain. The patient can experience mental, emotional, and...