Your Loved One is Approaching End-of-Life. Know Your Hospice Care Options

Shea PedersonCaregiving Support, End of Life, Professional Advice2 Comments

By: Shea Pederson, RN, BSN, Outreach Coordinator, Quiet Oaks Hospice House and Respite Care 5537 Galaxy Road, St. Augusta, MN 320-255-5433  Quietoakshospicehouse.org  When people conceive children, there is time for preparation, planning, saving money, and gathering supplies.  Many receive support from family, friends, and can plan for time away from work.  This is a time to celebrate new life, life

Estate Planning Basics

Claudia Revermann, Attorney, CPA at Revermann Law and Lucent Tax ReliefEnd of Life, Estate Planning, Professional Advice1 Comment

The day-to-day commitment of caring for a loved one is overwhelming to say the least. On top of that, dealing with the financial and legal aspects of planning for death and dying can be confusing and stressful. Here are a few key things to help you navigate these issues should they arise: #1: Planning for Incapacity A major concern is

Happy Mother’s Day Nancy

Karin PaulyEnd of Life, Family and Friends StoriesLeave a Comment

Happy Mother’s Day. Today is the day we lay Nancy, our beautiful mother to rest. Her tribute… When I think of our mom, it seems almost impossible to express what she meant to me, our family, and others who knew her. Because with her it is much more about presence, how she made us feel, and words aren’t easy to