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AreaVoices: Hospice doesn't mean giving up, rather re-focusing your priorities

As a Hospice employee and a mother who utilized hospice care for her son, the concept that hospice doesn't mean giving up, but rather a shift in priorities, is second nature to me. However, I know for many people, the same notion doesn't come as ...

As a Hospice employee and a mother who utilized hospice care for her son, the concept that hospice doesn’t mean giving up, but rather a shift in priorities, is second nature to me. However, I know for many people, the same notion doesn’t come as easily, but the reality is we all came into this world, and eventually we will all leave it, too. Read more on the Hospice of the Red River Valley blog .

 

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