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Celebrating our 16th year, hosting over 500 families and groups, Tall Spruce House is the perfect vacation home in southwest Colorado. Walk to Trimble Natural Hot Springs with Olympic Pool and full-service Spa and enjoy Guest Rates. Located 7 miles north of Durango, 15 minutes to Durango s Purgatory Ski Resort one mile to Dalton Ranch Golf Club. With spectacular Red Cliff views, Tall Spruce House is ideally located in the beautiful Animas Valley, overlooking Dalton Ranch Golf Club and the Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway. This fabulous home is just 1 hour from the ancient Mesa Verde Indian Ruins and 10 minutes from historic downtown Durango. Purgatory Ski Area is just 15 minutes away where larger groups enjoy Discount Ski Lift Tickets, Rentals and Lessons. Please ask about our Small Group Rates.

We offer ski spa packages, and the scenic Four Corners area is a mecca for fishing, hunting, golfing, biking, hiking, rafting, jeeping enjoying the Rocky Mountain experience.

This 5000 sq. ft. luxury home has 7 Bedrooms, 5 Baths, private Hot Tub, high-definition plasma TV free wireless internet. The 7th bedroom can be easily converted into a video game room or private massage room. The spacious Honeymoon Suite has a king bed, fireplace, TV, ensuite bath with jaccuzzi tub and balcony overlooking the narrow gauge railway golf course, all framed by the famous red cliffs. A second Master Bedroom also has a king bed, ensuite bath and sitting area. The Bunkie with two sets of bunk beds, double on the bottom, single on top, and TV, sleeps 6 making it a favorite gathering point for the youngsters. A fourth upstairs bedroom has twin beds, or combine to make a king. Downstairs two bedrooms share a “Jack Jill” bath, both with queen beds. The 7th bedroom is downstairs with a double futon bed and premium mattress, Playstation massage table. Two extra beds with comfortable mattresses and the full-size sofa bed in the Living Room provide accommodation for up to 22.

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Hot Tubs During Pregnancy: Safety Concerns and Health Risks #women #hot #tub


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Pregnant in a Hot Tub

Risks and Safety Concerns of Using Hot Tubs While Pregnant

For many pregnant women, sitting in a hot tub sounds like a great way to ease muscle aches related to pregnancy. It is important to use caution when choosing a hot tub for relaxation and pain relief. Hot tubs can cause hyperthermia. which is an abnormally high body temperature.

What are the concerns about being pregnant in a hot tub?

According to the Organization of Teratology Information Services (OTIS), a body temperature of 101º F and above can raise concerns during pregnancy. Some studies have shown an increased risk of birth defects in babies of women who had an increased body temperature during the first trimester of pregnancy.

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) states that becoming overheated in a hot tub is not recommended during pregnancy. ACOG also recommends that pregnant women never let their core body temperature rise above 102.2º F.

Although the specific degree differs, both OTIS and ACOG attest to the concern related to hot tub use during pregnancy. Hot tubs are often factory programmed to maintain a water temperature of approximately 104º F. It takes only 10-20 minutes in a hot tub to raise your body temperature to 102º F or higher.

To maintain a steady temperature, water is circulated and re-circulated through the hot tub to pump out cold water and pump in hot water.

Hot Bath vs. Hot Tub?

A hot bath, which is not uncomfortable or scalding, is a safer way to relax. In a bath much of your upper body will remain out of the water, making you less likely to overheat. Additionally, the water in a bath begins to cool off, as opposed to a hot tub, further reducing any risk of overheating.

Reducing the Health Risks

Although the Association does not recommend using hot tubs during pregnancy, here are some steps you can take to reduce any risk:

  • Re-program your hot tub to maintain a lower temperature.
  • Limit time in a hot tub to 10 minutes or less.
  • Monitor the temperature of the water by dipping a thermometer in the hot tub.
  • Monitor your body temperature to avoid overheating.
  • Pay attention to warning signs such as becoming uncomfortable or if you stop sweating.

Compiled using information from the following sources:

Organization of Teratology Information Services, http://otispregnancy.org/pdf/hyperthermia.pdf Planning Your Pregnancy and Birth Third Ed. The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, CH. 5. Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn: The Complete Guide. Simkin, Penny P.T. et al, CH. 5.


2013 Ford Focus ST First Ride – Feature – Car and Driver


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2013 Ford Focus ST

“You see how you can play with the back end going on or off the throttle?” asks Jost Capito, who is clearly having fun. Inside Ford’s European proving ground near Lommel, Belgium, the director of Global Performance Vehicles is drifting through the corners of the handling track in his latest ­project, the Focus ST, adjusting the car’s angle of attack with the right pedal. We notice that when Capito gets back on the gas, the rear of the car comes back into line. In most front-wheel-drive cars, this move would provoke understeer. But the Focus ST is unlike most front-wheel-drive cars.

The Focus ST is also a work in progress. Ford invited us to Belgium to witness the late stages of the car’s development. What’s left to do at this point is the fine tuning, the detail work that separates a great car from one that’s merely good. Under the hood lies Ford’s direct-injected, 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, bookended by redesigned intake and exhaust systems. U.S.-market output figures have not been announced—it doesn’t go on sale here until late 2012—but the engine makes 247 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque in Europe.

Rest assured, our figures will be close. According to Capito, every car in every region will be the same, with the same engine, the same suspension, same tires, same brakes. This is a departure from stand­ard Ford protocol, but Capito has a knack for navigating around the bureaucracies that are typical of large companies. If his name sounds familiar, it’s because this German has as much motorsports experience as a Schumacher. He ran Red Bull Sauber’s F1 campaign from 1998 to 2001. Before that, he headed Porsche’s racing efforts. And before that, he won the truck category in the 1985 Paris–Dakar rally. A story that speaks to his racer’s ingenuity: In the previous Focus ST (an offshoot of the not-for-the-U.S. second-generation Focus), he wanted higher-quality top-grain leather for the steering wheel, but internal regulations forbade this, even for a specialty car. Learning that perforated leather requires the use of the better cowhide, Capito made a new request for perforated leather that circuitously granted him his steering wheel.

2013 Ford Focus ST 5-door (test mule)

The new ST’s tiller will be very close to that of the old car’s, says Capito. “I like a simple steering wheel. It’s something I have to keep the designers away from.” The wheel is connected to a variable-ratio rack that is slower in the middle and quicker on the ends. (Common to Porsches, this is the only such application in Ford’s current lineup.) In between is electric power assist, which is the heart of the car’s torque-steer-compensation system. When the system senses an imbalance of torque to the front wheels, it reduces the steering assist in the direction the steering wheel would normally be yanked. The result, we’re told, is similar to that of the Revo­Knuckle strut from the previous Focus RS (a 300-hp Focus also never seen stateside) but without the extra cost and weight of the advanced strut design.

The Global Performance Vehicle division’s mission dictates that every vehicle, including the Focus ST. must be profitable. So changes from the regular Focus are applied economically. The 12.6-inch front brake rotors, 1.7 inches larger in diameter, are gripped by new calipers, but the front suspension is largely unchanged with the exception of spring and damper tuning. At the rear, the main revision is how the ends of the anti-roll bar attach to the suspension. Instead of the standard Focus’s connection to the lower suspension links inboard of the coil springs, the ST links the bar directly to redesigned knuckles. The outboard connections improve the anti-roll bar’s effectiveness because the outer ends of the bar move more in concert with wheel motion.

The only major interior change is the availability of Recaro seats, which offer excellent torso and shoulder support but are still easy to enter. The Focus ST comes with an Active Sound Symposer system under its hood to pipe engine noise into the cabin. The “active” part involves a butterfly valve to control the noise level so that the engine is barely audible in sixth-gear highway cruising, then becomes louder when you get on the gas.

2013 Ford Focus ST 5-door (test mule)

In the interest of economies of scale, the intercooler is from the Ford parts bin, as are the automatic grille shutters found on the fuel-sipping Focus SFE. In the ST, the shutters help turbo cooling at high speeds. The Focus ST uses the same brake-based electronic Torque Vectoring Control (eTVC) found on lesser Focuses. Purists will see this as an electronic Band-Aid, especially because the system is always active to support high-speed cornering, even with the stability control fully switched off. But as far as we can tell, the system works. It’s what allows ­Capito to bring the ST in and out of a drift through corners and lets Ford get away with such a tail-happy chassis setup.

On the subject of persistent traction assistance and electromechanical antidotes to torque steer, Capito thinks these are fine on a daily driver like the ST. It wouldn’t be appropriate on a more extreme car like the old RS, which sacrifices comfort for perform­ance. He offers the comparison: “The ST is like a dolphin, and the RS is like a shark.”

So how does this dolphin swim? At this point in its development, quite well. For ­comparison, Ford has assembled the previous Focus RS, a Renault Mégane RS, and a Volks­wagen GTI. All are driven around the high-speed oval, on various re-creations of worldwide roads, and on the handling track. The ST’s true bogey is the 200-hp GTI, which is the bestselling hot hatch in numerous markets and an enthusiast icon.

Renault Mégane RS, VW GTI, 2013 Focus ST (test mules)

The more powerful ST should be quicker than the VW—we predict a 6.1-second 0-to-60 time—while returning similar fuel economy. The GTI’s brilliance transcends the numbers; from the passenger’s seat, though, it looks like the Focus ST trumps the VW in most categories. Directional changes feel sharper, and the front end tracks true even under power. Whereas the ST exhibits some playful back-end slip, the rear of the GTI stays planted, which is a less entertaining way to get around a corner. The Focus is comfortable and not just because of the better seats. It’s hushed at high speed and handles bumps with minimal suspension and tire noise; pockmarked road surfaces and high-frequency bumps are filtered out.

And yet Capito’s team isn’t finished. He admits that there’s room for more steering feedback. And that the shifter isn’t quite right yet, as it doesn’t have the solid feel of the previous ST’s. The engine note sounds slightly artificial and lacks any turbo clues. He agrees that the occasional sound of a blowoff-valve release would be appropriate and that he wants more low frequencies coming through the sound tube to give the tone more weight.

But as we said, these are the final touches. Even so, we’re left to guess at a lot, including the Focus ST’s price. Given the constant references to the GTI, we think Ford will try to stab VW in the heart and come in at $25,000—nearly identical to the price of the GTI five-door. If we’ve learned anything from the peek into Ford’s development process, it’s that Capito’s team is fiercely competitive and already on the right track. Until we get a proper drive, we’re left to speculate, but our hunch is that the Focus ST will be a force to be reckoned with.


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Denver tankless water heater experts asks that every time you buy an appliance or fixture for your home, make sure it is an energy efficient one. We need products that save water, energy, electricity and cost less to make. We need to recycle whenever possible, so one of the best ways to do your part is by installing an on demand water heater .

What Are Tankless Water Heaters In Denver?

Tankless water heaters offer an instant hot water heater option, one that doesn’t need to use a lot of energy or even waste a lot of water while you wait for it to heat up. In fact, our Denver tankless water heater installation experts suggest this is one of the best ways to save on your home energy bills. Our Denver tankless water heaters are known to save as much as 30% on electricity and another several hundred gallons of water. That’s right it takes almost a third of your energy to heat up a regular water heater, whereas the on demand water heater has hot water instantly. And our experts at Denver tankless water heaters can help set it up for you.

How Does Our Denver Tankless Water Heaters Installation Work?

The idea behind our Denver tankless water heater installation is that this system heats water when it is needed, and it does so instantly. In the more conventional water heaters the heated water is stored in a tank and continually heated to remain hot, meaning more electricity or gas is used to heat the tank. These instant hot water heaters are not a new idea. It is the chosen water heating method in much of Europe and Japan. But these systems are only recently gaining popularity in the U.S.

Why Should I Make The Switch To An On Demand Water Heater?

Primarily you should make the choice because it offers a fabulous way of supplying hot water to your home, but in a very ecofriendly way. It prevents water and energy loss. But there is also an added benefit having an on demand water heater. It costs less to maintain. Tankless water heaters last about 10 years longer than a more conventional heater. They take up less space and offer an unlimited amount of hot water. The only down side to tankless water heaters in Denver, is that they have a higher out of pocket expense and installation charge. So call Denver tankless water heaters today.

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Navien Tankless Water Heaters are some of the best products money can buy. They are highly efficient, they last a long time, and they require little to no maintenance. In addition to being great products, Navien also offers quality rebates for using their products. To learn more about their rebates, click HERE today!

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This is probably the most common question we hear. To give an accurate price, we need to get a safety certified technician out to your home in a fully stocked truck to take a look at your particular situation. Our technician will give you a precise price with your options BEFORE any work begins. Each of our technicians are well trained, experienced, drug tested and background checked so that you can rest easy knowing your services will be performed in a timely and professional manner. If you need help paying for your services, we even offer financing with approved credit through Wells Fargo. Click here to learn more about our financing services.

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We are open from 7am to 10pm every weekday and from 7am to 8pm on weekends. We book appointments in a 2 hour arrival window and call 30-45 mins before we arrive so you do not have to sit around waiting. It is often possible to schedule your appointment in the evening or morning hours to avoid conflicting with your work schedule. Are you looking for service today? Give us a call or click on one of the Schedule Service buttons found on the top and left sides of this page to contact us today.

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I-66 toll plan rolls forward – The Washington Post #dr. #gridlock, #virginia


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I-66 toll plan rolls forward

In the summer, drivers on Interstate 66 will see crews preparing for the toll-gantry system along the lanes inside the Capital Beltway.

It won’t take long, compared with other major transportation projects. The tolling signs will be activated about a year later, in mid-2017. The image above gives drivers an idea about what they will see as they approach the entry points for I-66.

There’s still some planning left. This week, the Virginia Department of Transportation is holding public hearings on design details. The first was Monday night at the Washington-Lee High School in Arlington, the second is from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Eagle Rock Middle School in Ashburn, and the final is 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at VDOT’s Northern Virginia headquarters, 4975 Alliance Dr. in Fairfax.

The Monday night hearing in the school cafeteria drew several hundred people, who studied the project’s display boards and listened to a presentation by Amanda Baxter, the project’s manager for VDOT. At the end of her talk, the floor was opened for public testimony. But out of the crowd of several hundred, only six wanted to talk. This was remarkable, given the long, controversial history of the interstate inside the Beltway. Arlingtonians live in the project’s corridor and will feel the full effect of it, both as residents and commuters.

People who have been following this project for the past year suggested that people may be holding their fire for VDOT’s upcoming sessions about a separate project that will widen the eastbound side of the highway for four miles between the Dulles Connector Road and Ballston. The widening was part of a compromise reached only last month between Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) and the General Assembly, which was considering bills that would have blocked the high-occupancy toll-lanes project. The state needs to prepare an environmental assessment for the widening and hold hearings that are likely to draw close scrutiny in Arlington. Construction could start in early 2018 and be completed in early 2020.

The tolling signs that will appear on the approaches to I-66 will look familiar to travelers on the west side of the Beltway and on I-95 in Northern Virginia. But as Falls Church City Council member David Snyder pointed out during his testimony Monday, “I-66 inside the Beltway is a unique highway.” For much of the nine-mile route, it’s two lanes in each direction through highly developed suburbs leading into the District, where many drivers come to a halt for a traffic light at Constitution Avenue NW.

Snyder and many of the project’s planners are counting on new programs that will help drivers leave their cars behind. These new programs, including enhanced carpooling and commuter buses, will be financed with toll revenue. The project’s success depends on them, Snyder said.

The Northern Virginia Transportation Commission soon will select a first round of projects that can be ready to go when the high-occupancy toll lanes open.

The HOT lanes will replace today’s high-occupancy-vehicle lanes, which allow I-66 access at rush hours to two-person carpools and those with exemptions, such as drivers of certain hybrid cars.

Arlingtonians have mixed feelings about the project. Creating HOT lanes means that the lanes will be open at rush hours to solo drivers willing to pay the variable toll. Some fear that will greatly increase the traffic on I-66. Others fear the tolling will push today’s I-66 drivers onto parallel routes and neighborhood streets. VDOT traffic models do not show a significant effect on such routes, but even projects that are overall successes can have some unintended consequences that their planners need to revisit after the project opens.

The Tuesday night hearing at the Eagle Rock Middle School cafeteria, 42901 Waxpool Road, Ashburn, is likely to draw a crowd with different concerns. Many will focus on the impact of tolls on long-distance commuters, including those who today pay tolls to use the Greenway and the Dulles Toll Road before they reach I-66 inside the Beltway.


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The 39th Annual Spring Atlanta Home Show – March 24-26, 2017 – Cobb Galleria Centre

The largest Home Show in Georgia! Hundreds of participating companies! For THREE days only March 24-26, the Cobb Galleria transforms into a one-stop-shop for all your home improvement needs! For 39 years the Spring Atlanta Home Show has been improving home lifestyles and adding value to your largest single investment, your home. We’re proud of our ability to produce a family friendly environment and welcome you to our home.

Experience exciting and interactive sessions that can inspire you in your yard, with your decor and save you a great deal of time and money on your next remodeling job. » Click here to read more.

This year’s grand prize is a 7 LED fixture outdoor lighting package provided by Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Atlanta. No purchase necessary – read more for all the details. » Click here to read more.

Georgia Landscape presents the Red Hare Backyard Beer Garden! Come learn about landscape design, services and products ranging from grass to fire, flowers to water, patios to recreation areas. You can chat with area experts about local landscape and options for every type of backyard. This is an interactive, educational area designed to give you the information you need to turn your backyard into an outdoor living area to enjoy for years! If all that were not enough, for a $5 donation to Hope Atlanta – the programs of Travelers Aid you can taste your way through this feature. Marietta’s own Red Hare Brewing Company will have SIX of their handcrafted brews available for your approval! Cabot Creamery will also have a sampling of cheeses. So bring your friends, enjoy some great beer and help a worthy cause! » Click here to read more.

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Hospice of Central Arkansas – Hot Springs, AR

At Hospice of Central Arkansas, located in Levi Hospital on Prospect Avenue in Hot Springs, we truly have a genuine respect for life. Our goal is to make the final phase of our patients’ lives as pain-free and dignified as possible. In addition, we work with family members to meet their bereavement needs both before and after the death of the patient.

Hospice Care
An end-of-life care option that provides quality, compassionate care for patients diagnosed with a life limiting illness. Hospice care is provided by a team of skilled professionals and volunteers who provide expert medical care and pain management, individualized for each patient. Spiritual and emotional support is tailored to the needs of the patient and their family.

Does Hospice mean we are “giving up” on our loved one?
When a patient is admitted to Hospice, it usually means there is no further curative treatment to offer. That does not mean, however, that all treatment will be discontinued. The focus is now on improving quality of life and encouraging the patient to live life to the fullest. Aggressive pain and symptom management will be provided to your love one.

Should I tell my loved one he/she is dying?
The Hospice team will answer questions concerning death when asked, at time of admission to Hospice, or when plans or decisions need to be made. Hospice staff members encourage families to be honest with the patient about the terminal prognoses. This is a time for the patient and family to discuss issues that may need to be resolved before the patient dies. More often than not, the patient is already aware of his or her prognoses, but doesn’t want to say anything for fear of causing emotional pain to his or her family. Don’t be afraid to be honest with your loved one and say the things that need to be said.

Is it true that my family member must sign a DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) prior to being admitted to Hospice?
This is not a requirement for admission. A DNR status has no bearing on the care the patient and family will receive. Hospice is about having choices everyone can be comfortable with.

Should we wait until our brother has only a few days to live before calling Hospice?
No. When a referral is made in the last few days of a patient’s life, the full aspect of Hospice care cannot be provided. When a patient is told there is no further curative treatment, a referral to Hospice should be made.

Is Hospice care expensive?
Hospice is covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurances. Medicare and Medicaid Hospice Benefits cover all hospice services related to the terminal diagnosis, and requires little, if any, out of pocket expense. Private insurances pay differently and expenses for the patient and family may vary. In this case, the patient will be informed of any possible costs, upon admission to Hospice.

Obviously, you may have more specific questions than those presented here. If so, we suggest that you contact us at 501-762-4634 or inquire below about Hospice of Central Arkansas.

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Hanmer Springs Spa Lodge Motel – Near Thermal Hot Pools #hospice #of

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Welcome to Spa Lodge Motel, Hanmer Springs

Your hosts: Harry and Judy Illingworth welcome you to Spa Lodge Motel; we would love to have you stay with us.

Spa Lodge accommodation is located in the alpine village of Hanmer Springs. Set off the road, only 200m walking distance from the thermal hot pools. shops and many new and inviting restaurants, bars and cafes.

  • Sky Guest Select 50+ channels
  • Free wireless internet
  • Telephone
  • Kitchen with microwave/fridge
  • Heating and electric blankets
  • Tea/coffee facilites
  • Selected units have a range/oven
  • Guest barbeque and laundry
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Children’s play area
  • Petanque
  • Undercover parking

Customer Reviews

What a lovely spot within walking distance to the shops and the thermal pools. The rooms are immaculate and the owners are very friendly. Highly recommend this motel as we loved our stay.
Great value rooms and on site laundry is very handy. You can also get a lovely view of the surrounding mountains when the weather is clear enough.

Our unit was very clean and we’ll appointed. It was a pleasure to have a little more (larger) room than the average studio. I guess that was normal for the era. Really friendly and welcoming hosts. We will be back.

Great location so handy to pools .top marks to our hosts who were so helpful and friendly, the motels were a little dated but were by far the cleanest motels we stayed in while on our south island holidays,thoroughly recommend to anyone looking for a well priced motel while staying at Hanmer.

Good location, friendly staff, nice warm heater! Good shower water pressure, clean, comfortable!

Contact

Address: 15 Harrogate Street, Hanmer Springs 7334, New Zealand

+64 3 315 7129





Hospice of Central Arkansas, Hot Springs, AR #motels

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Hospice of Central Arkansas – Hot Springs, AR

At Hospice of Central Arkansas, located in Levi Hospital on Prospect Avenue in Hot Springs, we truly have a genuine respect for life. Our goal is to make the final phase of our patients’ lives as pain-free and dignified as possible. In addition, we work with family members to meet their bereavement needs both before and after the death of the patient.

Hospice Care
An end-of-life care option that provides quality, compassionate care for patients diagnosed with a life limiting illness. Hospice care is provided by a team of skilled professionals and volunteers who provide expert medical care and pain management, individualized for each patient. Spiritual and emotional support is tailored to the needs of the patient and their family.

Does Hospice mean we are “giving up” on our loved one?
When a patient is admitted to Hospice, it usually means there is no further curative treatment to offer. That does not mean, however, that all treatment will be discontinued. The focus is now on improving quality of life and encouraging the patient to live life to the fullest. Aggressive pain and symptom management will be provided to your love one.

Should I tell my loved one he/she is dying?
The Hospice team will answer questions concerning death when asked, at time of admission to Hospice, or when plans or decisions need to be made. Hospice staff members encourage families to be honest with the patient about the terminal prognoses. This is a time for the patient and family to discuss issues that may need to be resolved before the patient dies. More often than not, the patient is already aware of his or her prognoses, but doesn’t want to say anything for fear of causing emotional pain to his or her family. Don’t be afraid to be honest with your loved one and say the things that need to be said.

Is it true that my family member must sign a DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) prior to being admitted to Hospice?
This is not a requirement for admission. A DNR status has no bearing on the care the patient and family will receive. Hospice is about having choices everyone can be comfortable with.

Should we wait until our brother has only a few days to live before calling Hospice?
No. When a referral is made in the last few days of a patient’s life, the full aspect of Hospice care cannot be provided. When a patient is told there is no further curative treatment, a referral to Hospice should be made.

Is Hospice care expensive?
Hospice is covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurances. Medicare and Medicaid Hospice Benefits cover all hospice services related to the terminal diagnosis, and requires little, if any, out of pocket expense. Private insurances pay differently and expenses for the patient and family may vary. In this case, the patient will be informed of any possible costs, upon admission to Hospice.

Obviously, you may have more specific questions than those presented here. If so, we suggest that you contact us at 501-762-4634 or inquire below about Hospice of Central Arkansas.

If tour is desired, please fill out the form below: