Apr 14

RiverStone Hospice Celebrates Past, Looks to Its Future

by Zach Benoit Photos by Bronte Wittpenn Since it first opened in October 2011, RiverStone Health Hospice Home has cared for more than 760 patients and hundreds, if not thousands, more family members. Last fall, RiverStone officials, hospice employees and others marked those five years and hundreds of patients at an anniversary gathering that provided […]

Dec 22

Hospice and Respite Care

By DILLON KATO Caring for a parent or loved one who is getting older or has become sick is never easy, and it’s often difficult to try to make the right decisions for them and yourself. Many people make the choice that instead of moving into a nursing home, they wish to stay in their […]

Jan 17

Hospice Care

by Maurika Wells Decisions about end-of-life care are deeply personal, and are based on your values and beliefs. Talking with your loved ones, health care providers and peers are important steps toward knowing what you want. It can be difficult to initiate these conversations, however, they can be invaluable to those you love and those providing medical […]