Resources MJHS Provides for Chronic and Advanced Illnesses
One of the most difficult parts of caring for a loved one with a chronic or advanced illness is knowing that they may not get better. As caregivers, we are committed to being there and are determined to provide our loved ones with the best care we can. One of the ways we can do this is by familiarizing ourselves with the illness and recognize the warning signs. This section includes an overview of some of the common chronic or advanced illnesses.
Hospice care is an excellent way to ensure someone with advanced dementia receives the comforting, specialized care they need. This article will help you understand your hospice care options. We aim to offer you the support you need while navigating this next stage in the care of your loved one.
Congestive Heart Failure (CHF), also known as Heart Failure, is when your heart gets damaged and is not pumping enough blood to meet your body's needs. Learn more.
Dementia can be a scary word. Learn about the early warning signs and what to do if you're noticing symptoms.