When it comes to end-of-life care, talking matters. Wise words from our friends at The Conversation Project. National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD) is an initiative of this project, and this year it’s celebrated for an entire week April 16-22.
Every month, The Greeley Tribune and Business Connect will publish a list of Who's Next, presented by Advantage Bank, that focuses on honoring young leaders (under 40) from different industries or fields. This month they are focusing on education.
These weekly emails aren’t just a few ideas thrown together at the last minute. Rather, they are words strung together with the utmost appreciation for staff; sentences that tell a story about the amazing hospice care and supportive services TRU HNC provides day in and day out; and paragraphs that weave a testament to the Trusted, Responsive, and Unparalleled care TRU HNC seeks to provide not only to our community, but to each other.
Veterans with life-limiting illnesses face unique issues that can exacerbate physical and emotional symptoms at an already difficult time. In response to these challenges, TRU Hospice of Northern Colorado offers TRU Heroes, a special end-of-life care program that’s based on the principles of comfort, choice, dignity, and respect and tailored to the specific needs of veterans and their families.