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The community-based hospice movement has brought dignity and humanity to the dying process for patients and families. Born of the bitter experiences of suffering, it has taken hold pretty quickly. Hospice elevates the quality of a patient's waning days through a variety of measures that emphasize physical, emotional and spiritual comfort.
 
In the United States alone, according to the Hospice Foundation of America, more than 3,100 hospice programs care for more than a half million people a year. And this is a community-based movement, often reliant on volunteers, came to the U.S., in 1968, only 49 years ago!
 
The love and kindness that hospice provides accommodates the location and circumstances in which a patient lives. The links below will lead you to more information about hospice in general or in your area.
 
 
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