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Hospice Pool Program

CTH & Branford Parks & Rec offer socially distanced Open Swim, Aquacise Classes, and Senior Swim, with views of Long Island Sound & free parking.

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Hospice & Palliative Care Training

Yale's Hospice & Palliative Medicine Fellowship Program sends Medical Fellows to train with the Connecticut Hospice Interdisciplinary Team.

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Spiritual Care in Difficult Times, Part 3

Supporting those in hardship and pain. The joy, emotional healing, and opening of hearts that comes from human togetherness.

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New Medical Fellows Welcomed to Connecticut Hospice

Clinical rotations halted by COVID-19 have resumed. One Medical Fellow is also an Emmy Award-winning, piano-playing, Culinary Institute Grad.

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How One Family Said Goodbye at Connecticut Hospice

An Unexpected Patient and the Importance of Patient and Family-centered Care

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NPR's Life Kit: End-of-Life Planning a "Lifetime Gift" To Your Loved Ones

Hospice caregivers find many people don't talk about, and plan for, death. NPR's Life Kit offers six important tasks to consider.

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Connecticut Hospice honored as frontline caregivers during COVID-19

The Thank You Tour honored our frontline workers with Branford Firefighters at a waterside event

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COVID-care Town Hall with Yale Public Health Dean

Dr Sten Vermund spoke to Connecticut Hospice staff in COVID-care Town Hall, on protections for workers & families, testing, & vaccines

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Nurses Week 2020

International Year of the Nurse & Nurses Week at Connecticut Hospice. Sending a message of support.

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National Therapy Animal Day

Celebrating some of the therapy dogs of Connecticut Hospice

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The Great Give

How you can help Connecticut Hospice caregivers?

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Hospice Care During Coronavirus

Connecticut Hospice caregivers adapt to the COVID-19 crisis while maintaining excellence in care.

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One Therapy Dog's Experience at Hospice

Gus, a therapy dog at CT Hospice, is adjusting to change, just like us.

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Hospice Care During Coronavirus

Connecticut Hospice caregivers adapt to the COVID-19 crisis while maintaining excellence in care.

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Calm in Times of High Stress

For hospice patients receiving care at home, stress is a familiar burden - not just during a pandemic. Relaxation strategies from veteran caregivers.

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Memory, Reminiscence, & Life Review in Hospice Care

Hospice patients inevitably draw on memory to communicate a sense of themselves.

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What Is Caregiver Burnout?

A state of physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion from the long-term stress of caring for a loved one.

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Hospice Care During Coronavirus

Connecticut Hospice caregivers adapt to the COVID-19 crisis while maintaining excellence in care.

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Coronavirus: Keys to Care for Hospice Families

For the Caregivers, Families & Friends of Patients We Serve Please become familiar with this information to help ensure safe […]

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Calm in Times of High Stress

For hospice patients receiving care at home, stress is a familiar burden - not just during a pandemic. Relaxation strategies from veteran caregivers.

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Memory, Reminiscence, & Life Review in Hospice Care

Hospice patients inevitably draw on memory to communicate a sense of themselves.

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What Is Caregiver Burnout?

A state of physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion from the long-term stress of caring for a loved one.

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Connecticut Hospice is stepping in to take non-COVID-19 patients displaced from overcrowded New Haven area hospitals.

Most of these patients will probably be in the last few days or weeks of life, but we will step up to help wherever we can. Many of you perhaps do not realize that we hold an acute-care specialty hospital license, as well as hospice and home care licenses. You also may not know that Connecticut has the fewest hospital beds per person among the New England states, and among the lowest in the country. That ensures that our 52 beds will be important in the fight against COVID-19.

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