Support & Resources for Individuals and Families
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Welcome to Transitions, a community resource website provided by Delaware Hospice.
Are you caring for someone with a serious illness or struggling to cope with your own?
If so, you've come to the right place! We have created this website as a family caregiver resource, to help the seriously ill and their families learn how to live as comfortably as they can within the context of their disease.
In these pages, you'll find tips on handling the medical and physical aspects of care (e.g., pain management, nutrition and eating), discussions on emotional or spiritual issues (e.g., grief, hope, family conflict), and information about important legal and financial decisions.
We have a listing of local, state, and national programs that offer services and support.
The progression of a serious illness can be challenging, but with education and support, you can live the best you can.
If you have questions regarding the Transitions program or services provided by Delaware Hospice, please do not hesitate to call us at 800-838-9800 (toll-free) or email us at email@example.com. We'd be honored to help!
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