At Transitions LifeCare, we not only provide direct care to our patients and families, we also serve as a resource to individuals and organizations that need help navigating the end of life or life-changing illness.
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A representative from Transitions LifeCare can provide an overview of our services, hold a Q&A session, or offer a series of informational workshops. We will help you have the difficult conversations concerning the important issues in life with the people who matter the most.
Information for Patients and Families
Hospice & Palliative Care Videos
Financial & Legal Topics
The following videos offer information about a variety of business, financial, and legal topics related to the end of life.
– The Importance of Advance Directives
– Financial Issues that Affect You After Your Loved One Dies
– Advance Funeral Planning
– Legal Information on Preparing for When a Loved One is Near Death
Thanks to our generous donors, we serve every patient, regardless of their ability to pay. With a gift to Transitions LifeCare, you turn your care into comfort, your desire to help into hope, and your donation into dignity for a friend or loved one – and their family – at the end of life. Read about the impact our care has on patients and their families.
Let’s Talk Transitions
Welcome to “Let’s Talk Transitions,” Transitions LifeCare’s blog. Content on caregiving, bereavement, volunteers, and clinical findings are included. We hope you will post comments and follow us.
With the death of my mom, I lost my last parent. Being 32 and parentless is a punch to the gut, one that knocks you to the ground and leaves you bloodied to face the world ahead. It makes you face yourself in ways you weren’t prepared for; it forces you to look in the mirror and see who you are, maybe even for the first time.
The loss of a loved one can have a multitude of negative effects on your life. If the loss of a loved one is keeping you up at night, take a look at this list of ideas for improving your sleep. Hopefully at least one will offer some respite.