Benefits of Early Admission Into In-Home Hospice/Palliative Care


August 10, 2022
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How Early Admission Into In-Home Hospice/Palliative Care Benefit Patient And Family Caregiver Physically, Mentally And Financially

Learn the difference between hospice and palliative care. How does early admission into hospice care benefit both the patient and the family? What are the signs of end of life? Learn about admission, services and resources that are available when I patient is in hospice care.

Presented by Lisa Higgason, Community LiIasion, Three Oaks Hospice

Lisa Higgason has worked with Three Oaks Hospice for 6 1/2 years. Before that, she was a case manager and discharge planner for the in-patient rehab patients of a skilled nursing facility in Dallas. She is a native Texan, has been married for 33yrs and has two adult children. Her passion is educating and assisting people in their most difficult times.

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