Hospice Q & A sessions at Plymouth Care Center

Do you have questions about what services Hospice provides, who pays for Hospice, how to get services and what is provided? Do you know someone who may need some help but unsure of what Hospice provides? The Plymouth Care Center is inviting anyone who is interested in learning more about the Hospice Program to attend this free educational event.

Hospice is not a place but rather a concept of care. The workers focus on providing quality of life seeking to relieve symptoms, provide emotional and spiritual support, and most importantly, allow a person to live his/her remaining days with dignity.

Support and care is provided for persons in the last phases of life so that they may live as fully and comfortable as possible. Dying is part of the living process and Hospice affirms life, neither hastening nor postponing death. Hospice care can be implemented wherever you call home.

Angie Wilke, RN will provide information on the concept of care that Hospice provides. This event will take place at the Plymouth Care Center, 916 E, /Clifford St. on Thursday, April 23rd from 5 to 6 PM. Refreshments will be provided. Please call 893-4777 for further information.

Put the SPRING Back into Your Step and learn how to be safe working outdoors.

A free educational seminar for seniors, families and friends will take place at the Plymouth Care Center, 916 E Clifford St. on Wednesday, April 22nd at 10:00 AM. Learn how to assess your home for safety, injury prevention back safety during gardening and outdoor work, learn about exercise and muscle training vs. dizziness affects in balance. A continental breakfast will be provided and seating is limited so call 920-893- 477 to reserve your space.


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