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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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For School of Drama, mask-making takes on new meaning and urgency

Yale costume shop staff have spent the past three weeks making some 400 cloth masks for donation to Connecticut Hospice.

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Theaters provide PPE to Connecticut Hospice

Connecticut Hospice takes non-COVID-19 patient overflow from hospitals experiencing a surge, and has received masks to help that effort.

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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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Support for COVID 19

Help Us Help Others, As We Step In To Take Non-COVID Patients Displaced From Overcrowded Hospitals

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It's Expensive to Die in America

Chief Medical Officer, Joe Sacco speaks on Connecticut Public Radio about medical care expenses in in the final months of life

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Cannabis Can Make Dying Less Painful

A BuzzFeedNews Article about The Connecticut Hospice Cannabis Study.

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Help Us Help Others

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.

Help us keep our staff safe and healthy. Your donation will help purchase; masks, gloves, thermometers and scrubs

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