Palliative Care & Hospice – A Podcast

Check out our latest podcast with Hank Stolz at Radio Worcester! Patricia Thibeault connects to share information on what you need to know about palliative care and hospice services. Listen here. Please contact Patty to learn more!(508) 852-5505 orpthibeault@notredamehealthcare.org

National Grief Awareness Day

As we celebrate National Grief Awareness Day, the thought of celebrating grief seems contradictory. Maybe it’s best to say we “embrace” grief. There is nothing pleasant about grief, especially in its first several years. We do our best to go around it, over or under it, but the reality is we will all go through… Continue reading National Grief Awareness Day

Notre Dame Hospice Recognized for Commitment to Quality Care

Media Contact:Patricia Thibeault- Director of Marketing, Notre Dame At Home(508) 852-5505 pthibeault@notredamehealthcare.org For Immediate Release: August 18, 2023 Notre Dame Hospice Achieves National Recognition through ‘Quality Connections’ ProgramDemonstrating commitment to providing the highest quality care for the hospice community Worcester, MA – Notre Dame Health Cares’ Adult and Pediatric Hospice Program has achieved recognition by… Continue reading Notre Dame Hospice Recognized for Commitment to Quality Care

Funding Senior Living- A Podcast

Check out our latest podcast with Hank Stolz at Radio Worcester! Virginia Lehr connects to share information on what you need to know about assisted living communities. Listen here. Please contact Virginia to learn more!(508) 852-5800 orvlehr@notredamehealthcare.org

What is Assisted Living? – A Podcast

Check out our latest podcast with Hank Stolz at Radio Worcester! Virginia Lehr connects to share information on what you need to know about assisted living communities. Listen here. Please contact Virginia to learn more!(508) 852-5800 orvlehr@notredamehealthcare.org

Navigating the Guilt of Moving a Loved One to Assisted Living

Ensuring the health, safety, and overall well-being of an older loved one – especially a parent – can have its emotional challenges, especially if that means moving them to an assisted living community. It’s perfectly normal to feel sad, angry, and guilty. The love we have for our parents is powerful. They nurtured and took… Continue reading Navigating the Guilt of Moving a Loved One to Assisted Living

Talking Tips for a Family Conversation About Assisted Living

Frequent falls, injuries, mobility challenges, and difficulty with personal care can indicate it’s no longer safe for an older adult to live alone. The option many families choose is for a family member to care for them. Chronic illnesses and injuries can make it medically impossible to care for someone in the home, though. Realizing… Continue reading Talking Tips for a Family Conversation About Assisted Living

Comparing the Cost and Value of Assisted Living with Care at Home

For older adults and their families, choosing between an assisted living community and care at home can be overwhelming. It’s also common to assume that care at home is more cost-effective and a better value than assisted living. How do you decide? We’re here to help you compare the cost and value of assisted living… Continue reading Comparing the Cost and Value of Assisted Living with Care at Home