Hospice Care:  What does that mean?

Hospice does not mean “no care because the person is diagnosed with a terminal illness.” Hospice is the name given to the way people are choosing their end of life care. It is the focus of the “team”, health care and family, to relieve the stress and symptoms of a terminal illness. Peabody Home partners with multiple Visiting Nurses Associations in our service area to provide Hospice care to an individual during their stay at Peabody Home. The Staff at Peabody Home provide the 24/7 care along with the volunteers and nurses from the VNA Hospice. In the setting of Peabody Home Hospice services can be most beneficial to the family. Some of those services include Spiritual support, social w

Hospice Training with Franklin VNA

The Peabody Home is proud to partner with Franklin VNA for a 6 week Hospice Volunteer Training program. If you have an interest in becoming a Hospice Volunteer call today and let us know. Volunteers are the backbone of our community. March 13, 2018 Laconia Daily Sun FRANKLIN VNA OFFERS HOSPICE VOLUNTEER TRAINING STARTING TODAY FRANKLIN — Franklin Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice, in conjunction with the Peabody Home, will offer free training for hospice volunteers beginning March 14. The Franklin VNA usually holds hospice volunteer training classes once a year. The new class will take place on six consecutive Wednesday afternoons from 2-4 p.m., starting on March 14 and concluding on A

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