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  • Life Inspiring Events ·

One Final Game

Abode Hospice & Home Health was able to make this patient’s dream come true of attending one final Broncos game with his granddaughter. This was a very special event for the both of them, as you can tell by their heart-warming smiles. Victor loves the team and was overflowing with excitement throughout the entire game. This experience was made possible by Bristol Brewing Company. Thanks to their generosity and donating two tickets for Victor and his granddaughter, they were able to share this unforgettable experience together. Abode Hospice & Home Health is honored each time we can help make patients’…
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  • Wellness ·

Breast Cancer Awareness | Be Involved

Did you know? October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This month is dedicated to increasing awareness of breast cancer, raising funding for research into the cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and cure of breast cancer, and providing information and support for those with breast cancer or for those who may be at risk for breast cancer. Here are six ways that you can get involved: Offer support! Consider charities that focus on supporting those with breast cancer. Charities that assist with gas cards, wigs, the payment of treatment, makeup classes, etc. are all excellent ways to support the fight against breast…
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  • Grief ·

It's Okay to Feel Shocked

The death of a loved one is a hard reality to grasp. Often, it can feel like a bad dream that you just can’t wake up from. Although you may know that your loved one is very sick or in the process of dying, the unavoidability of dying always feels sudden, unforeseen and unbelievable. It’s shocking. It is important to recognize that shock is a natural part of the grieving process and can occur many times before the loss fully settles in. Although it doesn’t feel normal, it’s your body’s way of handling painful experiences. Given time, the shock will…