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January 2024

Finding Purpose and Compassion as a Private Duty Nurse
Published Jan. 31, 2024
After over 20 years in the healthcare field, Racheal joined the Aveanna team 3 years ago and found a career she loves. As an Aveanna private duty nurse, she is able to connect with her patient and provide life-changing care every day. “I have worke…
Battling the Winter Blues: How to Prevent Seasonal Affective Disorder in Seniors
Published Jan. 30, 2024
With colder temperatures and shorter daylight hours, it's common for seniors to experience a decline in mood and overall well-being, also known as the “winter blues” or Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). However, there are proactive steps that can …
Three Ways Hospice Provides Comfort and Pain Management
Published Jan. 30, 2024
In the realm of hospice care, prioritizing comfort and effective pain management is essential for delivering compassionate support to patients facing terminal illnesses. Hospice, as a specialized form of care, revolves around enhancing the quality…
Compassionate Winter Care: Understanding Emotional and Spiritual Needs in Hospice
Published Jan. 16, 2024
As the winter season continues, it brings with it a unique set of challenges for individuals in hospice care. The colder weather, shorter days, and holiday season can intensify feelings of isolation and sadness. At Aveanna Hospice, we understand t…
Winter Activities for Seniors to Stay Active and Engaged
Published Jan. 16, 2024
As the winter season continues, it's important for seniors to find ways to stay active and engaged despite the colder weather. Engaging in physical and mental activities can have numerous benefits for seniors, including improved overall health, inc…