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Blog 10 Things You Should Never Say to a Stranger Diagnosed with Cancer | Four Seasons Hospice

Cancer is a sensitive topic and this is especially true for someone who has been diagnosed with it. When talking to a person who has cancer, you have to be extra careful about your choice of words. You do not want to make them feel worse. Four Seasons Hospice is a Hospice Care in San Antonio, Texas. We are here to list down some of the things you should never say to a cancer-stricken person:

Hospice Care in San Antonio, TX | Four Seasons Hospice

Four Seasons Hospice provides quality hospice care services to the residents of San Antonio, Texas. For more details, call us at 210-767-3870.

Emotional Signs your Loved One Have at the End of Life | Four Seasons Hospice

Everything has a beginning and an end. This principle is evident in a person’s life. Things start when someone breathes his or her first breath. And it all comes to an end when he or she breathes his or her last.

Making Someone’s Winter of Life More Peaceful

The main goal of our hospice care in San Antonio, Texas is to make the process of passing on peaceful, pain-free, and easy. Coming to the end of your journey can be a difficult and emotional time for everyone in the family, this is why we offer personalized care services that not only aim to help your loved one rest peacefully but to also help your family cope with the situation.

Hospice Care: The Importance of Pain Management

Hospice care in San Antonio, Texas serves many purposes such as pain management. This is a service that is designed to improve the quality of life of our patients so they can focus on the more important aspects of life.

A Guide to Coping with a Terminal Illness

Life is a cycle and everyone is standing in line. Nobody knows exactly where they are standing, but somehow, you’ve been called to move up front. Is it unfair? Maybe. But most people go without even knowing it’s already their turn to pass. The order is random, it is not anybody's fault.

5 Steps That Can Help You Give Support

Your friend, relative or loved one is left with a couple of months. This is a trying period in their life and you want to show them that they aren’t alone. There may not be much time, but there’s still a lot you can do to show them that they are important and that they matter.

How to Cope with the Possible Loss of a Loved One

One of the hardest things that anyone has to go through in life is losing someone they love. This can be emotional, difficult, and extremely hard to process for many people.

FOUR SEASONS HOSPICE CARE

When your loved one needs hospice care, it is important to get to know the team who provides the services. These professionals are here to help you or your loved one cope with this difficult and emotional time. Not only can we provide your loved one with exceptional medical care and support, but we also offer a number of services for the rest of the family as well.

7 Effective Communication Tips for Senior Citizens with Hearing Deficiency

Imagine the world where there is no sound. Not a single hiss or scratch, just pure silence. Do you find it peaceful? Most likely. However, add up to your imagination that there are people around and you cannot hear them. Not a song, a word, a letter. Does it still feel peaceful? Probably not. It might even feel chaotic inside your heart due to the frustration of not connecting to them.

Tips for Talking with a Person who is about to Expire

Talking to someone you know who is expiring is extremely hard. What should you talk about with a person who is about to depart this life? What are the different dos and don'ts of approaching someone who will be meeting his or her maker?

Emotional Signs your Loved One Have at the End of Life

Everything has a beginning and an end. This principle is evident in a person's life. Things start when someone breathes his or her first breath. And it all comes to an end when he or she breathes his or her last. It is hard for anyone of us to face the end of someone's life. This is even harder when the person is someone close to us. Yet, we cannot stop time. Furthermore, all of us will someday come face to face with our loved one's end.

Common Physical Changes Senior Citizens Experience

In this dynamic world we live in, nothing is constant except change. We experience constant shifting, modification, and alteration in our lives every single day. For instance, at one time we are living with the full capacity of our body then one moment, we get sick due to random circumstances. — Read More

Stop Aging, Eat these Wonder Foods

The first and most important step toward good health during your senior years is to eat right. As always recommended by geriatricians and providers of Hospice Care in San Antonio Texas, the key to preventing the body to deteriorate is through consumption of the right types of food. — Read More

BLOG | FOUR SEASONS HOSPICE CARE

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ENQUIRY | FOUR SEASONS HOSPICE CARE

Let us help you and your loved one make every season count.

HOSPICE CARE | FOUR SEASONS HOSPICE CARE

Four Seasons Personal Hospice is Hope. People who choose hospice are not giving up hope, they are redefining hope. Though there may no longer be a possibility of curing their illness, they redirect their hope into mending and restoring relationships, spending quality time with those they love, and finding peace and comfort living this last and important phase of life to the fullest.

SERVICES | FOUR SEASONS HOSPICE CARE

Hospice cares for the whole person and his/her family as one unit. The hospice team is guided by the goals, wants, and needs of the patient and his/her family. Hospice makes many suggestions to help achieve the best quality of life possible, but the patient-family unit always has the final say in all care decisions.

ABOUT US | FOUR SEASONS HOSPICE CARE

Hospice care is typically given in the patient's home. Hospice care may be provided in person’s home, hospital, independent facility, or nursing home. Patients are cared for by family members, hired caregivers, assisted living or skilled nursing home staff.

HOME | FOUR SEASONS HOSPICE CARE

Hospice is not a place you go to die. Hospice is a philosophy of care that focuses on patient comfort and quality of life rather than curing the person's disease. Hospice is a choice for someone with a terminal illness and life expectancy of six months or less, based on the normal progression of the illness.

  • ABOUT HOSPICE CARE

    Hospice is not a place you go to die. Hospice is a philosophy of care that focuses on patient comfort and quality of life rather than curing the person's disease. Hospice is a choice for someone with a terminal illness and life expectancy of six months or less, based on the normal progression of the illness. Hospice care is typically given in the patient's home. Hospice care may be provided in person’s home, hospital, independent facility, or nursing home. Patients are cared for by family members, hired caregivers, assisted living or skilled nursing home staff. When symptoms become too severe, then 24-hour care may be provided by Four Seasons Hospice. The goal of hospice is to provide compassionate, effective care that is consistent with the needs and goals of patients and family caregivers. Our hospice team works to maximize quality of life and minimize suffering for those we serve.

    Our Mission

    To provide exceptional physical, emotional, social, and spiritual support, enabling patients and their loved ones to have an end-of-life experience characterized by dignity, choice and comfort.

    Our Vision

    Leading the transformation of care for those impacted by advanced complex illness by delivering clinical excellence, outstanding value, and an exceptional experience.

    Our Values

    Require that we pursue excellence and act ethically, professionally, respectfully, compassionately, and with integrity.

    Our Philosophy

    Four Seasons Personal Hospice exists to provide support and care for persons in the last phases of terminal illness so that they may live as comfortable as possible.

    CONTACT US

    Four Seasons Hospice
    15420 Nacogdoches Rd.
    San Antonio, Texas 78247

    Phone: 210-584-4238

    Fax: 210-714-4650

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