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  • Wonderful – Review of McNevins Motel Loganholme, Loganholme #hospice #care #services

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    Wonderful – Review of McNevins Motel Loganholme

    Reviewed 8 January 2015

    The location of this place is just fantastic and the price for 4 star accommodation I thought was very good considering the time we went being just before new year and after. Will be going back there again in April. Managers of the hotel were very polite and we felt like being at our own home.

    Room Tip: The rooms downstairs were more accessible.

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        mcnevinsloganholme, Manager at McNevins Motel Loganholme, responded to this review, 10 January 2015

        Thank you for the review Selena97,

        We try to make everyone’s stay feel like a place away from home but feel at home. We are glad you found us and enjoyed our facilities and hospitality, and we look forward to seeing you return again.
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        Reviewed 4 January 2015

        We stayed 4 nights and found the hotel location central to our needs, which was made easier by quick access to freeway. Though close to the freeway, the traffic noise was minimal and could not be heard in our room. The staff were very welcoming and made our stay very comfortable. The motel room was old style but spacious, clean and comfortable. The only thing I would suggest to be changed is to replace the International Roast coffee with a better coffee. All up great place, great hosts and we will be returning next time we are in town.

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          Thank You for a Review Colee,

          We are glad you enjoyed your stay with us here at McNevins..
          We do pride ourselves on our service and hospitality, You are right in saying we need to upgrade our coffee and we are. we have very little stock left of International roast and are now favouring another brand..
          We look forward to your next visit and hopefully enjoying more of our upgraded facilities

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    The Seaside Seahorse has become a symbol of luxury and relaxation, fun

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    built between 1768 and 1770, is a further five-star Boutique Hotel within the Seaside Group. Behind its splendid historic facade guests will discover all the amenities our modern age has to offer, and can enjoy a unique combination of individual design, outstanding levels of comfort and traditional elegance. With handcrafted design features the premium-quality furnishings, which integrate a range of style periods, reflect the tradition of craftsmanship of this beautiful city on the banks of the Elbe. We look forward to welcoming you, too, as our guest in Dresden! We look forward to receiving your enquiry by email to reservations(at)gewandhaus-hotel.de or Tel. +49 (0)351 49 49 – 47.

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    Short Stay Hotels- 2 hours of sleep and move on out!

    Just incase you did a search for this place, The Kew Motor Inn is the same as Kew Motor Inn.
    now. hmm hmmm hmmm

    what are you doing looking up this joint huh?

    for that matter, what am i doing writing about this joint?

    This joint is always packed. There are always a bunch of cars parked out in the private lot and sometimes, dare i say, it can be hard to get a parking spot!

    if your friends don t mind a little bit of travel, this place is perrrrfect for a costume birthday party!* Why bother decorating your apartment some Safari theme when theres a hotel room that has already done it for you?
    or do you prefer Arabian Nights theme? how about something more futuristic with mirrors and reflecting glass everywhere?

    well, you can also bring in your fancy someone-someone and have a few hours of fun too. **

    yes, they do charge at an hourly rate. and yes, minors are not allowed (ID is checked)***

    its clean and super sanitized. good luck getting a room on Valentines Day!

    _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-
    *of course this is the reason why I went there. Isnt it the same reason you re going there too?
    ** I thought so. Go on and book the Arabian Room. Your special friend will like it.
    ***Safety is important! of course it goes to show that mayyyybeeee you might run into rather unsavory folks in the hallways. But at least you know that burly, scary, puffed-up-chest-haired man is over 18!

    Just incase you did a search for this place, The Kew Motor Inn is the same as Kew Motor Inn.
    now. hmm hmmm hmmm

    what are you doing looking up this joint huh?

    for that matter, what am i doing writing about this joint?

    This joint is always packed. There are always a bunch of cars parked out in the private lot and sometimes, dare i say, it can be hard to get a parking spot!

    if your friends don t mind a little bit of travel, this place is perrrrfect for a costume birthday party!* Why bother decorating your apartment some Safari theme when theres a hotel room that has already done it for you?
    or do you prefer Arabian Nights theme? how about something more futuristic with mirrors and reflecting glass everywhere?

    well, you can also bring in your fancy someone-someone and have a few hours of fun too. **

    yes, they do charge at an hourly rate. and yes, minors are not allowed (ID is checked)***

    its clean and super sanitized. good luck getting a room on Valentines Day!

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    *of course this is the reason why I went there. Isnt it the same reason you re going there too?
    ** I thought so. Go on and book the Arabian Room. Your special friend will like it.
    ***Safety is important! of course it goes to show that mayyyybeeee you might run into rather unsavory folks in the hallways. But at least you know that burly, scary, puffed-up-chest-haired man is over 18!

    Did you try driving up north to Kew Motor Inn and it was full? and. you and your special friend could nt wait half an hour? Well, then come on down Grand Central and stay here at the fabulous Par-Central Motor Inn for 3 hours!

    yes, it does charge at an hourly rate. safe and discreet, this place is a serious joint.

    The parking lot is big, the rooms are clean and spacious and there always seems to be a bunch of cars parked here. Hm. i guess business is good.

    No themed rooms here. This place is strictly business as its. not really close to a convention center. or the airport.
    So good, because you won t find your Arabian Nights theme here. But you can find the Bleached and Sanitized 8 Times A Day theme here.

    Did you try driving up north to Kew Motor Inn and it was full? and. you and your special friend could nt wait half an hour? Well, then come on down Grand Central and stay here at the fabulous Par-Central Motor Inn for 3 hours!

    yes, it does charge at an hourly rate. safe and discreet, this place is a serious joint.

    The parking lot is big, the rooms are clean and spacious and there always seems to be a bunch of cars parked here. Hm. i guess business is good.

    No themed rooms here. This place is strictly business as its. not really close to a convention center. or the airport.
    So good, because you won t find your Arabian Nights theme here. But you can find the Bleached and Sanitized 8 Times A Day theme here.

    its still cheap, but for the neighborhood, I was expecting cheaper.

    I dont really like this place. Its cheap for the neighborhood, but the service sucks.

    The rooms arent very special. Not terribly spacious and also not too small. For some odd odd reason the hotel doesnt turn on the heat. in winter. If you re freezing your toes off, call the front desk and ask for more blankets.

    and yes. there are many ways to order a room. Hourly* and nightly are both available. mmmhmmmmmmmm

    *if you order by the hour, then expect the service to be stingy and a tad mean. oh they ll bring you that blanket. two minutes before your hour session is over and your nether regions have officially frozen off

    ** but dont expect some awesome themed rooms. none of that good stuff available. look elsewhere for the spiderman room.

    its still cheap, but for the neighborhood, I was expecting cheaper.

    I dont really like this place. Its cheap for the neighborhood, but the service sucks.

    The rooms arent very special. Not terribly spacious and also not too small. For some odd odd reason the hotel doesnt turn on the heat. in winter. If you re freezing your toes off, call the front desk and ask for more blankets.

    and yes. there are many ways to order a room. Hourly* and nightly are both available. mmmhmmmmmmmm

    *if you order by the hour, then expect the service to be stingy and a tad mean. oh they ll bring you that blanket. two minutes before your hour session is over and your nether regions have officially frozen off

    ** but dont expect some awesome themed rooms. none of that good stuff available. look elsewhere for the spiderman room.





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    Prepare your family for beautiful days on the beaches of Topsail Island and, comfortable nights at Tiffany s.

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    Awesome customer Service! Review of Glenelg Motel, Glenelg, Australia #choice #hotel

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    We spent three days here, started by welcoming service from the front staff and share the local information at the surrounding area, good. The room was spacious, clean bathroom, free wifi, flat TV, comfy beds, quiet and decent sleeps, at affordable room rate. A bit too far but still OK at a walking distance to Glenelg Jetty and Adelaide Tram Service. Not too far from airport, taxi less than $20 to/from airport. Happy stay.

    Although the Glenelg Motel is on a very busy road, the design of the property means that the rooms are very quiet. The rooms are big, clean and well maintained. The generous block of land means that the forecourt is also big, allowing plenty of space for manouvring the car. It is close to the airport, which is why I chose it – but, if the noise of planes taking off late into the night and early morning bothers you, take my advice and stay somewhere else. Personally, I love the sound of planes, so it didn’t bother me.

    My main criticism is the bed, which was not the most comfortable I’ve slept in, and I did wonder if it was past it’s use-by date. The pillows DEFINITELY need replacing – hard as a plank, and very thin. I’m still getting over the neck problems caused by the lack of support from the pillow.

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    The noise insulation between bathrooms is non-existent, so I lay in bed in the morning listening to the occupant of the room next door showering – and actually had to open my eyes and check that they weren’t in my own bathroom!

    Breakfast was served in a dining room overlooking the property entrance and while not flash, was quite adequate – cereals, cups of fruit, three or four different types of bread to self-toast. I could’ve had a cooked breakfast, but on this occasion I didn’t have the time. The staff in the breakfast room were friendly and helpful.

    A bit nippy for me to try the swimming pool.

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    The Official Website of The San Antonio River Walk #booking #hotel #rooms

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    Date: October 28, 2016 Time: 7:00PM – 9:30PM

    The best FREE party on the River Walk featuring a wicked costume contest ($500- 1st place, $350- 2nd place, $150- 3rd place), enchanting music an eerie river parade!

    Costume contest registration 6:30-7:15 PM. Costume contest 7:30-8:00 PM. Parade 8:00-9:30 PM (2 laps around downtown)

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    There are many restaurants offering dinner packages and parade tickets. Please contact the restaurants and hotels directly to make a reservation.

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    Experience the holiday serenity of the River Walk as you stroll along the lush banks of the San Antonio River guided by more than 2,000 Luminarias each night. Warmly glowing lights in sand-filled bags line the walkways to symbolically mark the “lighting of the way” for the Holy Family. This century s old tradition begins at dusk Friday, Saturday Sunday only December 2-18, 2016.

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    Students at UQ have three main accommodation options:

    1. If you want to live on campus, arrange your accommodation ahead of time, have your meals catered for you and lots of support and activities at your fingertips, you should consider living in a Residential College. You can read more about the Residential College experience and the Colleges at UQ here. Spaces at the Colleges are limited, so you are not guaranteed a place. It’s best to apply early, but some Colleges may still have places available closer to the start of the semester. You can find up-to-date information about which Colleges are still accepting applications by checking our Accommodation web site. If you want to enjoy the academic and social benefits of a residential college without living in one, however, you might like to think about the College Associate Membership Program .
    2. If you want to be a bit more independent (or are unsuccessful at securing a place in a College), but still want to have your accommodation arranged before you arrive, you should consider living in off-campus student housing. This is self-catered, furnished accommodation designed for students and can be booked online from overseas.
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    Lake of the Ozarks’ Most RELAXING Hotel
    If you’re looking for a spacious and quiet Lake Ozark hotel, you’ve come to the right place. With our large rooms, onsite Spa and Restaurant, indoor outdoor pools, and gorgeous views, you’ll have everything you need to unwind. Just minutes from several state parks, beaches and local attractions.
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    Whether you want to relax at the bar with a cold beer, have a casual family dinner, or enjoy a romantic dinner for two with a glass of our house wine, we’ve got you covered. Rafferty’s Restaurant Lounge offers a variety of options at affordable prices. Happy Hour from 4-6pm.
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    The ideal venue for your Lake of the Ozarks business meeting, wedding, banquet or special event. Our skilled staff of professional event planners will make it an event to remember! We can host small groups or groups as large as 1,000. Call us today and see what we can do for you.
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    Nice 2016: Best of Nice, France Tourism #last #min #hotels

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    Nice Tourism: Best of Nice

    Nice, France

    The deep blue waters of the Cote d’Azur are the dramatic backdrop for elegant Nice. Breathe in the fresh Mediterranean air as you stroll the waterfront promenade, or get an eagle eye of the whole city from atop Castle Hill. The pedestrians-only Place Rossetti is the heart of the city, with a grand fountain, vibrant buildings, and the beautiful Sainte-Réparate cathedral giving it a provincial French feel.

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    PINETA PARK DELUXE HOTEL – Great Time – Review of Pineta Park,

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    Judybardell (1 review)

    Birmingham, United Kingdom

    Just got back from a superb holiday at the Pineta Park Deluxe hotel!!
    Entertainment was great Charlotte, Jay and Ayko where amazing with children and adults always kept you.

    Just got back from a superb holiday at the Pineta Park Deluxe hotel!!
    Entertainment was great Charlotte, Jay and Ayko where amazing with children and adults always kept you entertained.
    Food was what you expect from an all inclusive a wide variety of choices so you couldn’t starve whist being at the Pineta they feed you every 2 hrs.
    Rooms where cleaned everyday. The hotel overall was very clean apart from the pool bar where it was quite sticky and smelly they needed to keep on top of this but that is the only bad review i would write about.

    GREAT VALUE FOR MONEY, GREAT ENTERTAINMENT, OVERALL GREAT HOLIDAY!!

    Do not listen to the bad reviews as you would be impressed with this hotel i rate it a 4*

    vicky4292 (3 reviews)

    Cleator, United Kingdom

    Just arrived back from the pineta park deluxe and i must say there arent half some petty people leaving reviews. It most certainly isnt a dirty hotel and you can see the staff cleaning the pool area the lifts and glass etc everyday without fail. Yes the bar is a little sticky now and again but only for about five minutes before its cleaned and wiped again, what do you expect when people are getting drunk on all inclusive and spilling drinks. The entertainment was good especially jay and ayko, they always found a way to keep you involved even when you didnt want to play the games. Bar staff were friendly enough although did speak to the men a lot more than the women.
    Food was what you get in any all inclusive place including the likes of spain if you wanty gourmet food then your going to have to pay for it or stop complaining. As a really fussy eater there was usually always something you could eat and the chicken burgers on the pool bar snacks were nice.
    Definately would recommend a turkish bath from the hotel they are really nice and help you to tan.
    Overall a brilliant holiday and would definately go back. I would say the complaints are just from those who are never satisified.

    What a great holiday, can t wait to go back soon

    Jody_Rudd (12 reviews)

    Sheerness, United Kingdom

    Just came back from this hotel, went with my mum. we had the best time. Everyone at the hotel is very friendly and accommodating, they really can’t do enough for you, the entertainment staff are absolutely brilliant and keep everyone entertained from morning till late into the night. Thanks to Jayhan, Charlotte, Ayko, Ali (for your great Cocktails) and all the rest of the staff for making our holiday so so special. Everyday there’s entertainment around the pool followed by the club dance then everyone jumps into the pool, it’s great fun. The alcohol selection isn’t wide but there’s wine beer and vodka n gine and raki all included with all inclusive deals, go and see Ali at the pool bar and he’ll do you a lovely Ali special cocktail, he’s great. If when you arrive you aren’t happy with your room then a word advice is that they leave all the un-occupied rooms doors open so you can go for a nosey around and choose one you like with a nice view that’s what we did then we went and told ramadam on reception and he sorted it out for us no problem. If you have any issues with your room then just ask someone on reception and they will get it sorted for you, our balcony was dirty when we got there due to the sea breeze, but we told them at reception and by the time we came back to our room from lunch it had been cleaned up and looked great. I am the fussiest eater in the world but I managed to find loads of things to eat that I enjoyed, I even had 2-3 courses sometimes as there was so many nice things to eat so I can’t even fault the food. I can’t wait to go back to Turkey and the Pineta Park Deluxe hotel, it was my first trip to Turkey and I loved it and would recommend it to anyone. We tried scuba diving in the pool at the hotel and both loved it so went on the day boat trip which was awesome and totally worth the money (£20 pp), I would recommend anyone trying scuba diving it’s the best thing I’ve ever done in my life, we also went on a few other boat trips, all great fun and really cheap, just shop around and barter with the salesmen and you should be able to get them down quite cheap (I heard of someone paying £12pp for the lazy day boat trip). Thanks everyone at Pineat Park Deluxe Hotel, you made mine and my mums holiday really fun, special and memorable. ) 3 🙂

    Just back from pineta park delux hotel was great. Location was perfect just mins from shops and beech. The rooms are good size and were cleaned every day. The food was nice but almost the same each day. The staff were very good always happy to help u and couldn’t do enough for u good entertainment for kids. Hopfully going back in october really enjoyed it.

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    Yosemite National Park Tourism: Best of Yosemite National Park

    Yosemite National Park, California

    Tucked into the mountains of California, Yosemite National Park is renowned for its granite cliffs and waterfalls. Half Dome and El Capitan are two of the formations made famous by photographer Ansel Adams. The valley is open year-round for camping, hiking, and climbing. Traffic is congested during peak season and park rangers encourage visitors to use the free shuttle system. For upscale visits, the Ahwahnee Hotel, built in 1927, is chic and luxurious.

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    Hong Kong 2016: Best of Hong Kong, China Tourism #motels #in #mackay

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    Delectable dim sum, floating islands, and a one-of-a-kind skyline are just some of Hong Kong’s unique features. Get an eyeful of traditional Chinese architecture in Ngong Ping village, then take the tram to the tippity-top of Victoria Peak for unparalleled views. The rocks and gentle hills of Nan Lian Garden will bring you inner peace, as will a calming cup of tea in a Stanley café. Become one with everything at the Chi Lin Nunnery, a serene Buddhist complex.

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    Connaught Hotel Galway – Review of The Connacht Hotel, Galway #hotel #in

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    Connaught Hotel Galway – Review of The Connacht Hotel

    Connaught Hotel Galway

    Reviewed 26 August 2013

    We had mixed experience all very positive up to Saturday night at dinner I realise it was very busy but our time away shouldn’t suffer because of this. Dinner wasn’t a great experience brown bread forgotten for starters we reminded them but it still didn’t arrive main course was only ok we had kind of gone off food at this stage.
    I feel service lacked leadership a lot of waitresses but no real leadership, the same applied to breakfast particularly on the sunday morning-no cups on the tables, I felt we were always running to get something that should have been on the table.
    I must compliment the hotel for a lovely quiet room, lovely polite staff at reception and lovely staff in the restaurant but more leaders required in such a busy hotel to make things run smoothly.
    I hope to go back in the future, I hope ye find this review useful in improving ye standards.

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      stayed 4 nights with small children..Rooms ok. location fine, bus stop outside takes you into the city. Kids club was good, are children enjoyed the club and the movie nights. Pool good. Restaurant was terrible long waits to get seated even if you want to eat in the bar( restuarnt and bar menu is the same).On 3 separate occasions had to get up and ask for waitress they are not helpful at all. I did complain about this as we were on a package that included 2 dinners decided not to have the second dinner. The food we ate was ok. long queues for breakfast no matter what time you have breakfast this hotel is geared up for coach tours and don’t appear to be bothered about anyone else .coach parties had a separate restaurant for there dining. The management never seem to comment to any reviews that people put up.

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        Reviewed 23 August 2013

        Stayed here for 2 nights as a couple with a 6 year old. Our room was very nice-modern and clean with an enormous double bed. The whole hotel is really well geared for families. There is a nice pool which suits all ages, game for kids and a kids club. Breakfast had a good selection and it is always good to see the healthy options i.e. fruit salad on offer. As others have said it can be a bit hectic but it depends what time you go down. Also nice to have a free newspaper on offer. The thing that lets this hotel down is the overpriced tasteless food served in the bar and restaraunt. There are too many peopel trying to eat in the evenings and whilst there is a system it is not good to have small children wating for an hour to get something to eat. When the food does arrive there are small portion whch it is obvious have been cooked hours before and kept warn. We really liked the hotel and would stay again but I would eat outside the hotel for dinner.

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          Reviewed 21 August 2013

          We stayed here for two nights with Family, when we checked in we were told our rooms were on different floors even though i had phoned up previously and asked for them to be beside each other,The guy we were dealing with had very little English and we coudn’t understand him and he was not able to sort out our issue, He was nice though so another lady came along i think her name was louise she was very helpful and apologetic and she said she would sort out two rooms together but there would be a wait of over 45 mins, they had one room ready this was at 6pm, we weren’t to happy about this as we had 3 small children with us, again she was very apologetic and offered us complimentary drinks which was really nice.
          Rooms are good and the hotel is very big. We brought the kids to the kids club which was very out dated broken toys and not a great selection of them, staff were lovely though, this would be a great advantage if it was properly equipped and maintained.There is a charge for it. The entertainment is definitely geared towards older people so not much for the younger age groups, very busy place and you can only sit in certain areas to eat not where there is carpet which was the only seats available so it was very awkward when my husband and father-in-law had to move when they where eating, badly organised more like a food hall then a bar. We had a nice room but it was a disabled room so we had no bath for the kids but that was ok until the shower curtain came out of the wall and fell on top of the kids while i was showering them, this was fixed promptly so good service.

          When we were checking out my Mother-in-law wasn’t aware we had paid and she went and was charged again by the receptionist i went to query this with the Receptionist she had no apology just explained she hadn’t noticed it was paid for as we hadn’t booked it directly through the hotel, i was very annoyed by this as if my Mother-in law hadn’t said to me she paid it we would have not known found the receptionist quite abrupt and never once apologised. I said it was very poor service to be charged twice she said well you owed ten euro for the kids club so i let you off that for your inconvenience, but never once apologised didn’t get her name but she was. Australian or from New- Zealand. Reception is just not well managed and some of the staff don’t know how to deal appropriately with guests they could do with some hospitality training.
          Saying all this if it was properly managed and areas were more efficiently run it would be a great place to stay. Great for older aged as the entertainment was geared towards them but if they could accommodate a second area for families it would be great as we left the bar the first night due to being totally intimidated by a bunch of tourists who obviously dont like or understand children and i don’t let my children run around they are always supervised. So needless to say we didn’t go back in the following night.

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    Langtry Manor HotelThe Best of Bournemouth Hotels #motels #in #salt #lake #city

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    Welcome to Langtry Manor manor

    Langtry Manor was built in 1877 by Edward VII for his mistress Lillie Langtry. It was an extremely elegant and luxurious home and served as their hideaway and love nest. Following substantial re-development the Hotel is now one of Bournemouth’s finest and most welcoming hotels. Our staff pride themselves on their service and attention to detail and look forward to welcoming you to the peace, comfort and heritage of Langtry Manor. “Love it. Love it. ” | Reviewed 3 October 2015Our third visit to this hotel this year. such a find. Kings Room just beautiful. the staff are so friendly, professional and helpful. cannot fault them. dinner was lovely and so was breakfast. We have stayed in Castles and 5 star hotels. all very good but I have a huge soft spot for Langtry Manor. the history. the friendliness. the house itself. very welcoming and has a lovely feel about it! Will be going back again for sure.





    Budget hotel – definition of Budget hotel by The Free Dictionary #motels

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    US-based private equity group Starwood Capital is seeking buyers for its international budget hotel operator Louvre Hotels Group (LHG), according to French media reports, with the sale expected to raise E1.

    There was, for example, the taxi driver who picked us up at the Athens airport late at night and drove us around the city for nearly two hours, allegedly searching for the budget hotel where we had reservations.

    Microtel Inn Suites is a budget hotel chain with more than 250 locations worldwide.

    In the coming weeks, Hank Freid’s dream to invigorate the budget hotel category with an edgier flair will be realized as the Marrakech reopens with a multi-million dollar face-lift.

    The leisure group wants to double the size of its Costa Coffee chain to 2,000 and boost the budget hotel business Premier Inn by 50 per cent.

    3m on refurbishing the hotel and transforming it into a budget hotel that offers rooms from pounds 29.

    Travelodge, which was acquired by Dubai International Capital from Permira in 2006, was the first budget hotel to launch in the UK in 1985 when it opened its first outlet at Burton under Needwood in Staffordshire.

    A survey from budget hotel chain Travelodge claims regional retail therapy breaks could keep thousands of British shoppers away from New York and European cities, because it makes sense to save money for gifts instead.

    The report claimed that the revelations come, as the budget hotel sector seems to be bucking the downward trend in the hotel market amid the economic downturn.

    It seems that many are jumping on the budget hotel bandwagon that is sweeping through the GCC.

    It is Dubai’s first 1-star hotel that offers a clean room equipped with basic amenities and also the first budget hotel with a Gold Leed (Leadership in Energy Environmental Design) certification, a widely accepted benchmark for high-performance green buildings, said a senior official.

    This, budget hotel owners said, had led to losses in their business.





    Man Jumps to Death From Roof of Standard Hotel in Downtown L

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    “Because there’s no criminal investigation involved it has been deemed a suicide,” an LAPD spokesperson says

    The 24-hour party vibe of the Standard Hotel in downtown Los Angeles ground to a halt Monday afternoon when a man leaped 12 floors to his death from the hotel s rooftop lounge.

    The incident occurred as guests crowded the rooftop pool, seeking to cool off during a mid-September heat wave in which temperatures hit the mid-90s.

    A Los Angeles Police Department spokesperson confirms to The Hollywood Reporter that a call was placed at 3:49 p.m. alerting them to a male victim who jumped from the roof.

    The man landed on the sidewalk outside the hotel on the 500 block of South Flower Street. His name and age have not been released by police.

    Because there s no criminal investigation involved it has been deemed a suicide, the spokesperson said. It s now in the hands of the Coroner s Office.

    A spokesperson with the L.A. c oroner s office said no further details were yet available. A woman who responded to a call placed to the Standard s front desk said the hotel had no comment on the matter.

    Owned by hotelier Andre Balazs. the downtown outpost of the Standard opened in 2002 in what was the Superior Oil Company Building, a steel-and-marble modernist structure originally built in 1956. The building was added in 2003 to the National Register of Historic Places.

    The hotel s debauched rooftop space replete with DJs, bars, a pool and intimate waterbed pods that encouraged commingling among guests instantly became a hot draw among Hollywood scene seekers.

    In the years since, Balazs has opened another Standard in Miami Beach and two more in New York City.

    It was in one of the latter a tower straddling lower Manhattan s elevated walkway known as the High Line that Jay Z famously got into an elevator tussle with sister-in-law Solange Knowles as wife Beyonce looked on.

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    Iconic Ahwahnee Hotel sign stolen on eve of Yosemite name changes #st

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    Iconic Ahwahnee Hotel sign stolen on eve of Yosemite name changes

    Visitors at the gift shop in Yosemite Village discuss the name changes and take advantage of items at half price as the concessionaire change from Delaware North to Aramark Monday, Feb. 29, 2916 in Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park.

    The iconic sign for The Awahnee hotel in Yosemite National Park was stolen over the weekend, park officials said. Picasa Yosemite National Park

    A historic sign that welcomed visitors to The Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite National Park was stolen just days before it was due to be covered up as part of a fierce legal battle between the park and its outgoing concessions operator.

    Yosemite spokesman Scott Gediman said the sign was taken sometime Saturday night or Sunday morning. The Ahwahnee’s name, in place since 1927, will change officially at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, when Aramark takes over the park’s concessions contract from Delaware North.

    Curry Village, Wawona Hotel, Badger Pass Ski Area and Yosemite Lodge at the Falls also will change names. They will become Half Dome Village, Big Trees Lodge, Yosemite Ski Snowboard Area and Yosemite Valley Lodge, respectively.

    Gediman said park rangers are investigating the theft of the iconic rounded sign. Whether the crime was a political statement or simple act of vandalism is irrelevant, he added, as this is a federal offense and is taken seriously.

    As for the name changes, both park and Aramark employees will be hard at work just after early Tuesday morning, Gediman said. The park is responsible for changing road signage, while Aramark will cover the existing signs with temporary canvas signage.

    “We feel strongly that these iconic facilities, and their historic names, ultimately belong to the American people,” Gediman said. “But with open litigation, these name changes are necessary to continue service without disruption.”

    Aramark spokesman David Freireich said the company has worked with the Park Service for the last six months to make sure “tomorrow looks no different than today.”

    However, the merchandise stands will look quite different.

    We feel strongly that these iconic facilities, and their historic names, ultimately belong to the American people. But with open litigation, these name changes are necessary to continue service without disruption.

    Yosemite spokesman Scott Gediman

    “Due to the outgoing concessionaire’s claim, we are unable to sell certain items,” Freireich said. These items are: apparel, pens, mugs and stickers.

    To combat this, the company will unveil a new line of merchandise branded simply as Yosemite, not Yosemite National Park. Items that do not fall into those four categories will continue to be sold in shops with the original name on them.

    The company also will roll out a new website, www.travelyosemite.com. as well as a new phone number for reservations and general inquiries: 888-413-8869. Both will begin accepting reservations Tuesday.

    Freireich said that 95 percent of current Delaware North concessions staff members were retained by Aramark.

    “The names and faces of employees will remain the same to ensure a smooth and seamless transition,” he said.

    Canvas signage will be used temporarily until Aramark can permanently remove the existing signs, Freireich said. Among the signs that will be coming down: the large Camp Curry Village sign at Curry Village, which opened in 1899.

    The National Park Service announced the name changes in January. Delaware North contends the trademarks associated with these buildings came with the concessions contract – a claim that outraged the public and led to an intense legal battle with the park that still is working its way through the courts.

    On Feb. 26, Delaware North sent a letter to Aramark President Bruce Fears offering the trademarks, which its lawsuit claims are worth $44 million. to the company for immediate use, and “the amount of compensation, if any, to which Delaware North is entitled from the National Parks Service and/or Aramark for that property would be determined in due course.” The names in question were legally trademarked by Delaware North, but the government believes their value to be less than $2 million.

    Aramark issued a strongly worded statement that condemned Delaware North, saying it “forced” the National Park Service to change the names with its ownership claims and demanded “an outrageously inflated price over (the National Park Service’s) fair market value.”

    The National Park Service filed a petition with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to void the existing trademarks held by Delaware North at Yosemite National Park.

    “(Delaware North’s) attempt to offer to assign these names to Aramark or any another company misses the inescapable fact the names are not theirs to ‘assign’ in the first place,” the statement said. “Their proposal reinforces that (Delaware North) continues to completely miss the point the Yosemite names belong to (the National Park Service) and the American people, not (Delaware North) or Aramark or any other company.”

    In a new turn, the National Park Service filed a petition with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to void the existing trademarks held by Delaware North at Yosemite National Park.

    “These names were trademarked without our approval, and this petition asks the trademark office to cancel them,” Gediman said. “However, this doesn’t change what we’re doing tomorrow.”

    Gediman said Delaware North offered the names to the Park Service in December in a similar proposal to the one recently sent to Aramark. It was turned down.

    If the patent office grants the request, the Yosemite names will be changed back immediately, Gediman said.

    Gediman did not have a timetable for the resolution of either the recent petition or the ongoing lawsuit. He hopes the changes will be temporary, but said all park officials will use the new names until the litigation is resolved.

    The Ahwahnee is missing its sign, but that may become a moot point, at least for now. When it opens Tuesday, it will be The Majestic Yosemite Hotel.

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    Cardiff 2016: Best of Cardiff, Wales Tourism #hotel #reservations #online

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    The Welsh capital may have begun its life as a Roman fort, but it s since become a bustling city. Where the fort once stood, Cardiff Castle has held court since the 11th century. It remains a central presence in the city, now full of lively art and music venues, hip boutiques, fun bars and modern hotels. Even with so many new and exciting things to see, the National History Museum is still the most visited attraction in Wales. Don t be the only visitor who plays hooky!

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    London area of Hoxton guide #why #hospice

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    London area of Hoxton guide

    What to do and where to stay in London’s Hoxton neighbourhood

    Twenty years ago, this was rough-and-ready Hackney heartland, where cockneys mixed uneasily with newer arrivals, and seedy strip bars proliferated. Then London’s artists moved in and now it is the trendiest place in the capital, a Mecca for skinny jeans, checked shirts, ironic haircuts, edgy art galleries and hip bars that play music that will only become fashionable in about six months time. Keep an eye on the walls, as well, for many of the artists don’t feel the need to obey the law when creating work and the graffiti is impressively weird and witty. Hoxton Square and Jay Jopling’s White Cube gallery are where it all started and remain the heart of the area, while on a Friday night, the bars and clubs of Old Street are a strange place where the pinstripes and ties of the City mingle with the extravagant fashions of the avant-garde.

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    Seattle 2016: Best of Seattle, WA Tourism #hospice #signs #of #impending #death

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    In Seattle you simply can’t skip the Central Public Library – a modern architectural marvel of glass grids, unusual shapes, and a “book spiral” that climbs four stories. Stroll over to Pike Place Market to visit the original Starbucks and play catch with a fishmonger. In the heart of the city lies Chihuly Garden and Glass, which will dazzle you with its colorful and delicate works. Glide to the top of the Space Needle for panoramic views of the surrounding mountain ranges and Puget Sound.

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    Miami 2016: Best of Miami, FL Tourism #hotel #rooms

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    Miami Tourism: Best of Miami

    Miami, Florida

    Miami is hot hot hot! And it’s not just the sultry weather. Here, the nightlife is scorching, thanks to a strong Latin influence and spicy salsa culture. Dance the noche away in a nightclub, or indulge in a fancy meal at one of the city’s celebrity-owned restaurants. By day, hit the beach of course, or have yourself a walkabout, taking in Miami’s colorful art deco architecture. Grab a Cuban sandwich in Little Havana, then ride the vintage carousel at Virginia Key Beach Park.

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    Edinburgh Tourism: Best of Edinburgh

    Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    Steeped in Celtic and medieval history, Edinburgh is a cultural tapestry that’s largely visually defined by hills, cathedrals, and the bold stone turrets of Edinburgh Castle. The city is also festival-happy – it s the site of several annual celebrations of art, music, theater, and comedy. Cheer on your favorite team at a football or rugby match, then relax over a pint in a local pub. A Scotch Whisky tour is a must, as is pinching your nose and digging bravely into a steaming plate of haggis.

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    Promise Hospital of Baton Rouge #hospice #questions

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    Welcome to Promise Hospital Baton Rouge

    When you or a loved one needs a longer recovery period from the most complex of medical conditions, we are here for you.

    Your treatment plan is directed by your physician and provided by an interdisciplinary medical team and staff. Our licensed clinicians, nurses, therapists and staff support your physician s directives 24/7. We include your family as an important part of the recovery process throughout your hospital stay to help manage your present and future healthcare needs.

    Our hospital is like any other hospital except our patients require and receive specialized care and extensive therapy over an extended period of time. We are certified by Medicare and state licensed as a long-term acute care hospital for patients requiring extended hospitalization. We are also Joint Commission accredited, having met the standards for providing quality patient care. Patients are admitted, with a physician s referral, from almost any healthcare setting.

    On this page is a basic profile of Promise Hospital Baton Rouge and where we are located. From this page, you can navigate to get directions, find the Programs and Services we provide, check our Physician Directory and get Admissions information. You can also share the experiences of our patients, their families and Promise staff they ll give you an up-close and personal insight into the Promise family.

    Visit our corporate website at www.promisehealthcare.com and find out what you can expect from a Promise hospital and where our LTAC hospital fits within the healthcare continuum. Learn about the quality of patient care we provide and how we support you or your loved one s healing process.

    If you or your physician have any questions or would like more information about our hospital, please don t hesitate to contact us.

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    Hospice of Kitsap County Thrift Store to close – Bremerton Patriot #pismo

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    Hospice of Kitsap County Thrift Store to close

    BREMERTON – The Hospice of Kitsap County Thrift Store will stop taking donations this week and will close as of Jan. 31. In anticipation of the closure, the store will hold a clearance sale to sell the remaining merchandise.

    The Thrift Store, located at 301 Pacific Ave. in Bremerton, was not part of MultiCare’s purchase of Hospice of Kitsap County.

    “We appreciate the dedication of the employees and volunteers who ran this store and we thank them for their service,” said Kevin Turner, executive director of Hospice of Kitsap County.

    The store, which opened in 2014, had supported Hospice of Kitsap County operations. MultiCare is focused on improving and expanding the hospice services and operations. Keeping the Thrift Store would divide attention from that priority.

    MultiCare announced in December that it purchased Hospice of Kitsap County Operating under the name of MultiCare Hospice. The transition will be complete on Feb. 1. MultiCare Hospice will work to expand access to hospice resources in Kitsap County and the surrounding region. The transition is expected to be seamless for patients.

    Hospice of Kitsap County has nearly 50 employees and more than 60 volunteers. It is a not-for-profit, Medicare-certified, Washington-state-licensed agency supported by the community through memorial gifts, donations, grants and annual fundraising events.

    MultiCare operates Hospice and Home Health services throughout Pierce and South King counties. MultiCare currently provides adult and pediatric specialty services in Kitsap County.

    Hospice of Kitsap County will become part of MultiCare’s integrated not-for-profit health care system, which includes Auburn Medical Center, Allenmore Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, Tacoma General Hospital and Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital, along with numerous outpatient clinics and specialty centers. Patients at Hospice of Kitsap County will continue to receive expert care from its interdisciplinary team of physicians, pharmacists, nurses, social workers, health aides, spiritual counselors and volunteers.

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    Austin Hospice Care – Home Care Assistance of Austin Senior Care #motels

    #austin hospice

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    Leading Provider of Non-Medical Hospice Care In Austin

    If your loved one has health complications and a cure or treatment is not possible, in home hospice care allows seniors who are nearing the end of their lives to remain at home. Most people prefer to live their final days in their home, not at a hospital or care facility. Home Care Assistance of Austin provides non-medical hospice care which grants the wish of patients, keeping them surrounded by their family, friends and personal belongings. Our dedicated caregivers are highly trained in assisting with activities of daily living such as meal preparation, household chores, medication administration and personal hygiene. The help of a loving caregiver brings peace of mind and respite for our clients and their families during this very difficult time.

    Flexible Care Plans- Hourly or Live-In Hospice Care

    Hospice care is a collaborative effort between the client, their family, the doctor, a caregiver, and a Hospice Agency who are all making sure the patient receives the best care possible to keep them comfortable. Hospice caregivers provide valuable companionship and support, in addition to assistance with various tasks, full time monitoring and personal care for their client. Our purpose is to provide end-of-life care customized to meet the needs of the patient and their family. We offer hourly or live-in hospice care depending on the specific requirements of our client. Let Home Care Assistance of Austin take on the everyday needs of your loved one, so you can enjoy precious quality time with them.

    We are the Preferred In Home Hospice Choice in Austin

    Home Care Assistance provides non-medical hospice care in Austin focused on dignity and respect for our client, maximum comfort and compassionate support. Our caregivers are personally committed to helping our client and their family to affirm the final stage of life as a uniquely personal experience in the comfort of their home. As the preferred choice for families in need of hospice care, Home Care Assistance makes it possible for seniors to live their final days as they wish. Call (512) 623-7800 now and learn more about our customized in home hospice care.

    Copyright 2016 Home Care Assistance Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Each Home Care Assistance office is independently owned and operated.





    Rising rates of hospice discharge in U #motels #in #brooklyn

    #alive hospice jobs

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    Rising rates of hospice discharge in U.S. raise questions about quality of care

    At hundreds of U.S. hospices, more than one in three patients are dropping the service before dying, new research shows, a sign of trouble in an industry supposed to care for patients until death.

    When that many patients are leaving a hospice alive, experts said, the agencies are likely to be either driving them away with inadequate care or enrolling patients who aren’t really dying in order to pad their profits.

    It is normal for a hospice to release a small portion of patients before death — about 15 percent has been typical, often because a patient’s health unexpectedly improves.

    But researchers found that at some hospices, and particularly at new, for-profit companies, the rate of patients leaving hospice care alive is double that level or more.

    The number of “hospice survivors” was especially high in two states: in Mississippi, where 41 percent of hospice patients were discharged alive, and Alabama, where 35 percent were.

    “When you have a live discharge rate that is as high as 30 percent, you have to wonder whether a hospice program is living up to the vision and morality of the founders of hospice,” said Joan Teno, a Brown University hospice doctor and researcher and the lead author of the article published in the Journal of Palliative Medicine. “One part of the reason is some of the new hospice providers may not have the same values — they may be more concerned with profit margins than compassionate care.”

    Two types of improper practices emerge

    A patient must have a life expectancy of six months or less to enroll in hospice care, according to Medicare rules. Hospice treatment focuses on providing comfort to the terminally ill, not finding a cure.

    While judging life expectancy is inexact, the rising rates of live discharge in the U.S. in recent years has raised concerns that the rapidly changing industry has become rife with one of two types of improper practices.

    First, some hospices appear to be forsaking patients when their care becomes expensive. Hospices bill by the day, so added tests and treatments can cut into their profits. Researchers found, for example, that 1 of 4 patients who leave hospice alive are hospitalized within 30 days.

    Some hospices “abandon their end stage residents to the nearest hospital ER and have the legal representative sign the [hospice] revocation papers — all to save money and avoid intensive continuous care at the end of life,” W.T. Geary Jr. medical director at the Alabama Department of Public Health, said in an e-mail.

    In what researchers described as a particularly alarming pattern, more than 12,000 patients in 2010 were released alive from hospice, entered a hospital and within two days of leaving the hospital were re-enrolled in hospice. Those are the kind of abrupt transitions that can be disruptive and confusing for the dying, and which hospice care is supposed to transcend.

    “The concern is that hospices could be discharging people to avoid expensive care, such as a CAT scan or an MRI — and that they are trying to game the system,” Teno said.

    More than just financial harm is noticed

    The other problem driving up the numbers of people leaving hospices alive is the practice of hospices enrolling patients who aren’t actually dying.

    The federal government in recent years has sought to recover more than $1 billion from hospices that, according to attorneys, illegally billed Medicare for patients who weren’t near death.

    The new research supports the idea that many of the patients released alive from hospice are far from death: More than one-third of patients who were released alive from hospices did not re-enroll in a hospice and were still alive six months after being released.

    While the federal government has filed numerous lawsuits to recover the money spent on hospice patients who weren’t dying, the harm is not just financial.

    Hospice care often exposes patients to different, more powerful drugs, including morphine and other potent painkillers. In some cases, those medications led to the death of patients who were not otherwise dying, families say.

    “My mother was not dying, just old and in a lot of pain,” said Shalynn Womack, a writer in Tennessee whose mother entered a hospice with the diagnosis of “failure to thrive.”

    After receiving what Womack called a “toxic cocktail” of drugs, her mother passed away. Womack has since testified to a Tennessee legislative committee about what she considers to be the dangers of enrolling patients in hospice who aren’t dying.

    “Putting her in hospice was putting her in harm’s way,” Womack said.

    Changing nature of hospice population among factors

    In December, The Washington Post reported a rapid growth in live discharge rates, based on an analysis of more than 1 million patient records over 11 years in California — a state that, by virtue of its size, offers a portrait of the industry.

    More recent Medicare statistics show a similar trend nationally: Between 2000 and 2012, the overall rate of live discharges increased from 13.2 percent of hospice discharges to 18.1 percent in 2012.

    The forthcoming study, to be published in the Journal of Palliative Medicine, is based on an analysis of more than 1 million records of Medicare patients across the U.S. during 2010, and provides more detail on the variance of rates between hospices and states. It found that more than 182,000 hospice patients were discharged alive. More than 400 hospices released more than one in three of their patients alive.

    A spokesperson for the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, the industry trade group, declined to comment on the findings because they have not seen the research.

    In the past, industry advocates have argued that the national rise in live discharges stems from the changing nature of the hospice population. A larger portion of hospice patients today have ailments that are harder to predict, such as dementia. That, they say, could explain why more patients are exiting hospice care alive.

    This explanation, however, does not appear to explain the vast differences between states that the researchers found.

    For example, the live discharge rate was 41 percent in Mississippi but only 17 percent in neighboring Arkansas; it was 35 percent in Alabama but only 16 percent in neighboring Tennessee.

    Becoming a commercial enterprise in the industry

    The new paper also finds substantial differences between older hospices and newer ones.

    In recent decades, what began as a movement to improve the end-of-life experience has become more of a commercial enterprise. In 2000, only 30 percent of hospices were run by for-profit companies, while the rest were operated by community organizations, religious groups and government agencies. By 2012, the proportion of for-profit companies had nearly doubled, to 6o percent, according to Medicare figures. Moreover, many hospices are relatively new, largely because the number of for-profit hospices has tripled, rising from 672 in 2000 to 2,196 in 2012.

    At small for-profit hospices open five years or less, the live discharge rate averaged 32 percent, according to the research. That compares with 14 percent of older for-profit companies.

    “That is a very striking difference,” said Melissa Aldridge, associate professor at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, who has proposed that a hospice’s live discharge rate be considered as a measure of quality. “What we have found is that smaller, newer hospices had higher rates of live discharge. The ability to deal with a patient who’s having a crisis at home — to be able to send a team out there — may be more difficult for smaller hospices.”

    Those patients end up going to the emergency room, Aldridge said, “and that’s usually not what someone on hospice wants. They usually want to be at home.”





    About – Department of Health #bristol #hotels

    #health care provision

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    Department
    of Health

    Contents

    About us

    What we do

    The Department of Health (DH) helps people to live better for longer. We lead, shape and fund health and care in England, making sure people have the support, care and treatment they need, with the compassion, respect and dignity they deserve.

    Our responsibilities

    we lead across health and care by creating national policies and legislation, providing the long-term vision and ambition to meet current and future challenges, putting health and care at the heart of government and being a global leader in health and care policy

    we support the integrity of the system by providing funding, assuring the delivery and continuity of services and accounting to Parliament in a way that represents the best interests of the patient, public and taxpayer.

    we champion innovation and improvement by supporting research and technology, promoting honesty, openness and transparency, and instilling a culture that values compassion, dignity and the highest quality of care above everything

    above all, DH encourages staff in every health and care organisation, including our own, to understand and learn from people’s experience of health and care and to apply this to everything we do

    Our priorities

    From 2016 to 2017, our priorities will be:

    • improving out-of-hospital care
    • creating the safest, highest quality healthcare services
    • maintaining and improving performance against core standards while achieving financial balance
    • improving efficiency and productivity of the health and care system
    • preventing ill health and supporting people to live healthier lives
    • supporting research, innovation and growth
    • enabling people and communities to make decisions about their own health and care
    • building and developing the workforce
    • improving services through the use of digital technology, information and transparency

    Read our Shared Delivery Plan to find out more about how we are performing against our objectives.

    Who we are

    DH is a ministerial department, supported by 15 arm’s length bodies and a number of other agencies and public bodies. The department employs 2,160 staff who work in locations across the country.

    Partner organisations and agencies including contact information

    This page includes contact information and a list of members of the executive boards.

    Corporate information

    Corporate reports





    End of life care – Alzheimer – s Society #san #antonio #motels

    #end of life palliative care

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    End of life care

    Background

    Dementia is a progressive condition for which there is currently no cure. All people who develop dementia will have dementia at the end of their lives, either as the condition they die from or as a factor which may complicate the care of a different condition. Diminishing capacity means that it is important for the person with dementia to plan for the end of their life at an early stage. Problems with capacity and communication can also contribute to undignified treatment and the under treatment of pain in people with dementia at the end of their lives. Significant, co-ordinated and holistic support is needed to ensure that all people with dementia end their lives with dignity, free from pain and in the place of their choosing.

    Alzheimer’s Society calls for:

    • Ensuring a good death for people with dementia. The Department of Health (2008) suggests that, for many, a good death would involve being treated as an individual, with dignity and respect. without pain and other symptoms, in familiar surroundings and in the company of close family and friends. Too often, however, people with dementia receive undignified treatment and are ending their lives in pain (Alzheimer’s Society 2012, Health Service Ombudsman, 2011, Commission on Dignity in Care for Older People, 2012, Royal College of Psychiatrists 2011) and partnership between dementia care and palliative care are undeveloped (NCPC, 2009). People with dementia may not be referred for specialist end of life care or receive inappropriate treatment. Alzheimer’s Society believes that people with dementia have the same right to a good death as people with other health conditions.
    • Advance planning for end of life care. People with dementia should be involved in decisions about end of life care wherever possible. However, as dementia advances, in many cases capacity is lost and decisions need to be made on behalf of the person with dementia. Advanced planning for end of life care is vital. At present, taboos about discussing death and poor understanding of dementia mean that these conversations do not take place between people with dementia, families, friends and health and social care professionals. People with dementia should be supported to use their rights, under the Mental Capacity Act in England and Wales, to identify whom they want to make decisions and any treatments they would not want. In Northern Ireland, the Assembly is developing mental capacity legislation.
    • Improved training for health and social care professionals. Declining ability to communicate characterises the later stages of dementia. Health and social care professionals should be trained to provide high-quality, person-centred care to improve dignity and quality of life even when communication has diminished. People working with someone at the end of their life also need to be able to communicate sensitively themselves, both to families and to the person with dementia, following best practice set out by the Social Care Institute for Excellence (www.scie.org.uk ).
    • Focus on quality of life, rather than length of life, in the final stages of dementia. Withholding or withdrawing treatment is especially ethically complex and emotionally challenging for a person with dementia as they may lack the ability to communicate, the capacity to make decisions and may not have prepared instructions about their wishes. The NICE-SCIE Guideline on dementia states that artificial feeding and hydration should not commence if disinclination to eat or inability to swallow is considered to be part of the progression of the disease and will not change in future (NICE-SCIE, 2007). Alzheimer’s Society believes that when someone with dementia is close to dying the main issue of concern should be quality of life and quality of death, not length of life. However, it is important that there is an honest and open discussion between medical professionals and family, friends and carers about any decisions to withhold or withdraw treatment. The quality of life and comfort of the person with dementia is paramount. Specialist palliative and comfort care should be available to the person at all times and appropriate emotional support should be available for families.
    • Improved emotional and spiritual support. Research has suggested that the emotional and spiritual needs of people with dementia are disproportionately neglected (Sampson et al, 2006). It is still possible for a person with advanced dementia to be depressed, distressed or upset. People with dementia must receive holistic care that recognises and responds to individual wishes and needs.
    • Improved planning and co-ordination of care. Only half of people who express a preference to die at home actually die at home (ONS, 2014). This places pressure on the NHS, causing 52 per cent of unplanned hospital admissions, and adversely impacts on the quality of care received by a person with dementia (ONS, 2014). Alzheimer’s Society supports the government’s goal of ensuring that more people die in a place of their choosing (Department of Health, 2008). To achieve this, the Society calls for the implementation of the Palliative Care Funding Review (Hughes-Hallet et al 2011). This would provide commissioners with funding for palliative care, regardless of setting, in-line with a person with dementia’s wishes.
    • Implement the recommendations of the Leadership Alliance for the Care of Dying People. In July 2014, new best practice guidance from the LACDP replaced the Liverpool Care Pathway. Alzheimer’s Society supports the LACDP’s recommendations that, in the final weeks and days of life, the dying person should be the focus of care. However, Alzheimer’s Society is concerned that the guidance does not have statutory force.
    • Assisted dying. Alzheimer’s Society is not calling for a change in the law on assisted dying or euthanasia, although we monitor changes in legislation to ensure that people with dementia are appropriately safeguarded. We believe that people with dementia are entitled to good end of life care. This includes use of advance care planning and advanced decisions to refuse treatment so that people with dementia can receive the treatment and care that responds to individual needs and wishes.

    References

    Alzheimer’s Society (2012) My life until the end: dying well with dementia
    Baker et al, (2012) Anticipatory care planning and integration: A primary care pilot study aimed at reducing unplanned hospitalisation. British Journal of General Practice, 62(595):e113-20.
    Commission on Dignity in Care for Older People (2012) Delivering dignity: Securing dignity in care for older people in hospitals and care homes. A report for consultation. Commission on Dignity in Care for Older People, London.
    Cox and Cook, (2002) Caring for people with dementia at the end of life in Hockley J, Clark D, eds. Palliative care for older people in care homes. Open University Press, Buckingham: 86-103.
    Department of Health, (2008) End of life care strategy.
    Neuberger (2013), More Care, Less Pathway: Independent review of the Liverpool Care Pathway.
    General Medical Council (2010). Treatment and care towards the end of life: Good practice in decision making. General Medical Council, London.
    Health Service Ombudsman (2011). Care and compassion? Report of the Health Service Ombudsman on ten investigations into NHS care of older people. The Stationery Office, London.
    Hughes-Hallet, T, Craft, A, and Davies, C (2011). Funding the right care and support for everyone: Creating a fair and transparent funding system: The final report of the Palliative Care Funding review.
    Mitchell et al (2009). The clinical course of advanced dementia. New England Journal of Medicine, 361(16):1529-1588.
    NCPC (2009), The Power of Partnership: palliative care in dementia.
    NICE-SCIE (2007) Dementia clinical guideline: supporting people with dementia and their carers in health and social care.
    Office of National Statistics (ONS) (2011). Deaths registered in England and Wales in 2010, by cause.
    Office of National Statistics (ONS) (2014). National Survey of Bereaved People (VOICES), 2013.
    Royal College of Psychiatrists (2011). National audit of dementia.
    Sampson, E, Gould, V, Lee, D, and Blanchard, M (2006). Differences in care received by patients with and without dementia who died during acute hospital admission: a retrospective case note study. Age and Ageing, 35(2):187-9.

    Alzheimer s Society factsheet about the later stages of dementia.

    The National Council for Palliative Care is the umbrella organisation for all those providing, commissioning and using palliative care.





    Hospice of broward county #hospice #simcoe

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    VITAS serves Baker, Brevard, Broward, Hardee, Highlands, Polk, Clay, Collier, Duval, Flagler, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Nassau, Orange, Osceola, Palm Beach, Seminole, St. Johns, and Volusia counties.

    Palliative care programs:

    • Palliative Care Community Based (Outpatient)
    • Palliative Care Home Based
    • Palliative Care Consults in participating Hospitals
    • Palliative Care Consults in participating Nursing Facilities
    • Palliative Care Consults in participating Assisted Living Facility

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    Administrative office for Brevard county:
    4450 West Eau Gallie Boulevard, Suite 250/280
    Melbourne, Florida 32934
    Phone: (321) 751-6671
    Toll free: (866) 846-4827

    Titusville
    323 South Washington Avenue
    Titusville, FL 32796
    Phone: (321) 751-6671
    Toll free: (866) 418-4827

    7901 Ron Beatty Blvd
    Barefoot Bay, FL 32976
    Phone: (321) 751-6671

    Administrative office for Broward county:
    5420 NW 33rd Avenue, Suite 100
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
    Phone: (954) 486-4085
    Toll free: (866) 418-4827

    3700 Executive Way
    Miramar, FL 33025
    Phone: (954) 727-1400

    1800 S.E. 10 Ave, Ste. 320
    Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
    Phone: (954) 486-4085

    Administrative office for Collier county:
    4980 Tamiami Trail North, Ste. 101-104
    Naples, FL 34103
    Toll free: (866) 928-4827

    997 N. Collier Blvd, Ste. B
    Marco Island, FL 34145
    Toll free: (866) 928-4827

    550 E. New Market Rd, Unit 7
    Immokalee, FL 34142
    Toll free: (866) 928-4827

    Administrative offices for Dade and Monroe counties:
    Dade-Monroe (North)
    16800 NW 2nd Avenue, Suite 400
    North Miami Beach, FL 33169
    Phone: (305) 654-3718
    Toll Free: (866) 846-4827

    Tavernier Location
    91200 Overseas Highway, Bay 15, Tavernier, FL 33070
    Phone: (305) 853-0367

    Dade-Monroe (South)
    11731 Mills Dr, Ste. 400
    Miami, FL 33183
    Phone: (305) 420-2800

    Administrative office for Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, and St. Johns counties:
    7406 Fullerton St. Suite 105
    Jacksonville, Florida 32256
    Phone: (877) 848-2720
    Toll free: (904) 802-6800

    36 E. MacClenny Ave
    MacClenny, FL 32063
    Phone: (904) 259-8919

    474262 SR-200 (A1A)
    Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
    Phone: (904) 491-1759

    100 Whetstone Pl, Ste. 300/301
    St. Augustine, FL 32086
    Phone: (904) 802-6800

    Administrative offices for Palm Beach county:
    1901 South Congress Avenue, Suite 420
    Boynton Beach, Florida 33426
    Phone: (561) 364-1479
    Toll free:(866) 846-4827

    4200 Northcorp Blvd, Ste. 140
    Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
    Phone: (561) 364-1479

    100-110 Century Blvd,
    West Palm Beach, FL 33417
    (561) 683-5012

    Administrative office for Seminole, Orange, and Osceola counties:
    2201 Lucien Way, Suite 100
    Maitland, Florida, 32751
    Phone: (407) 875-0028
    Toll free: (866) 418-4827

    Kissimmee
    1200 North Central Blvd, Suite 200
    Kissimmee, FL 34741
    Phone: (407) 846-8667
    Toll free: (866) 418-4827

    Administrative offices for Volusia-Flagler counties:
    2381 Mason Avenue, Suite 100
    Daytona Beach, FL 32117
    Phone: (386) 671-2792
    Toll free: (866) 418-4827

    New Smyrna Beach
    114 Canal Street
    New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168
    Phone: (386) 409-7688
    Toll free: (866) 418-4827

    575 N. Clyde Morris Blvd Ste A
    Daytona Beach, FL 32114
    Phone: (386) 366-6100

    4 Old Kings Rd, Ste. 2
    Palm Coast, FL 32137
    Phone: (386) 225-2000

    Administrative offices for Hardee, Highlands and Polk counties:
    6850 New Tampa Highway,
    Lakeland, FL 33815
    Phone: (877) 534-6774

    113 W. Main St
    Wauchula, FL 33873
    Phone: (863) 767-0941

    106 Medical Center Ave. St. 106, Sebring, FL 33870
    Phone: (863) 314-9333

    This provider offers complementary therapies. Please contact the program directly for details.

    Hospice goes where the patient is. Whether or not there is an administrative office in your city does not determine the hospice provider’s area of service.





    Hospice of Cincinnati – Resources – Support – Helpful Websites #key #colony

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    Helpful Websites For Professionals, Patients and Families

    It is very important to consider the source when reading a website. Think about using more than one website to get your information and make sure the federal government sponsors one of the websites you use.

    Many websites offer chat rooms or buddy programs. It is important to consider that when you participate in a program such as this, you must protect your private information and realize that the person offering you information is a layperson. Realizing these limitations, many patients and families find great comfort in speaking to others in their situation.

    • Fernside, an affiliate of Hospice of Cincinnati, is a local non-profit organization offering support and advocacy to grieving families who have experienced a death.
    • Grief support groups for children, teens, parents and grandparents who have experienced a significant loss.
    • School program to provide on-site grief support for grieving students.
    • Phone consultations to help professionals, parents/guardians and other community members who have grief-related questions or concerns.
    • Crisis response providing immediate and long-term support to schools and other organizations.
    • Camp Programs including an overnight summer camp for children ages 7 to 12 and a weekend retreat for teens 13 to 18 years old.
    • Information for patients and families on end of life care
    • Referral to local programs
    • Learn about end of life care




    Hospice of the Valley – Bereavement Grief Support Care Compassion Illness Death

    #hospice of the valley phoenix

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    The Community Bereavement Center

    Hospice of the Valley’s Community Bereavement Center exists to offer practical support for those grieving the loss of a loved one. As a hospice benefit, the Center provides ongoing bereavement support. As a community goodwill service, we offer educational resources, short term grief counseling sessions, and ongoing support groups to anyone in need. We offer peer support groups for children, adolescents, and adults. Bereavement support is also available for schools, businesses, churches, and other organizations struggling with unexpected or traumatic loss. For more information, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at (256) 350-5585. Brad holds a Master in Divinity degree.

    Hospice Bereavement Care

    Bereavement services are provided to help patients, families and caregivers cope with the grief that occurs during the illness and eventual death of the patient. Bereavement services are provided through Hospice of the Valley’s Bereavement Center and include individual grief counseling, support groups and other services.

    Wish List

    There is never a charge for bereavement services, therefore we are always appreciative of donated items. Monetary donations for memory making supplies and resources is also a way of supporting The Community Bereavement Center programs.

    Snacks:

    • Soft drinks juice boxes (individual cans/pouches only)
    • Pretzels, chips, crackers, etc.

    General Supplies:

    • Blank journals
    • Stickers
    • Board games
    • Sculpting clay Play Dough
    • Jewelry art supplies
    • Stamp pads – washable
    • Unused/old phone books
    • Crayola crayons, colored pencils, markers
    • Sand art
    • Acrylic paints
    • Paint brushes

    The Community Bereavement Center





    Facing the final stage of life #drake #hotel

    #final stages of death hospice

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    Facing the final stage of life

    Some people have cancer that no longer responds to treatment and must face the fact that they will soon die. This is scary for the person who is sick and for those around them. The person with cancer may be in pain, may be bedridden, may be able to walk only a few steps, or may be confused. It s hard to watch someone you love go through this process of decline.

    Being there

    No matter how hard it may be, it s still important to try to be there for the person with cancer. They may feel lonely even if there are people around. This is because the people nearby may not be really in tune with what s going on with the person. You can be the one who is in sync with your loved one every step of the way. Just by staying close and listening with a smile or gentle touch, you show you are there. It takes courage and extra energy to do this.

    Sometimes the person with advanced cancer may pull away from people and seem to be withdrawing as death nears. This is natural and is one way of disconnecting from life. This process and what you might expect at this time is described in our information called Nearing the End of Life . The best thing you can do at this time is take the person s cue simply stay in the background and be available. Try not to take this withdrawal personally or feel hurt when the person pulls away. It likely has nothing to do with you.

    Talking about death and dying

    Many people worry about what to say when a person talks about dying. But this is a common topic when facing cancer. Some people want to talk about the dying process they want to know what to expect. Some want to make sure that their wishes are followed when it comes to death they want to be sure that machines are not used to keep them alive. Some want to know how they will die, and ask, What will happen when I m actually dying? For answers to these questions and concerns, it helps to find experts in hospice care or care of the terminally ill. If you don t know the answers to specific questions, you can say, I don t know, but we can call some people who can help us with those answers. These professionals can guide you and the person with cancer by helping figure out things like living wills and advance directives and explaining the things that might happen as death gets closer.

    Hospice staff members are used to answering these questions, and they are skilled in doing it in a supportive, caring way. Hospice gives expert, compassionate care for people with advanced disease. If you would like to read more about end-of-life issues or hospice care, please see our documents called Nearing the End of Life and Hospice Care . We also have information on living wills. advanced cancer. and caring for the cancer patient at home. (See the To learn more section.)

    You may be asked, Why is this happening to me? It s very hard to hear this question because there is no answer. And it s heart wrenching to feel the pain that lies within questions like this. In most cases, the simple answer is I don t know. Holding your loved one s hand and letting them cry or talk about their sadness and regrets is the best you can do. Allowing a person to do this is a true help because many people avoid the subject of dying and won t allow themselves to share this pain.

    Some people who know they re going to die feel the need to get some things off their chests. They may want to talk about some of the things they did in their life that they re not proud of or that they regret. They may want to apologize for these things. They may want to give you advice about the lessons they learned or instructions about what to do for them in the future. Respectfully listening and, of course, offering forgiveness and a loving attitude are often all that s necessary. There are no magic words for the dying person, but often your presence is all that s needed, and having an open heart is priceless.

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    Last Revised: 02/05/2015





    Hospice of Cincinnati – Locations For Care – Inpatient Care Centers #fitzwilliam

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    Inpatient Care Centers

    Hospice of Cincinnati provides four inpatient care centers throughout Southwest Ohio. Each care center features beautifully decorated private rooms with many of the amenities of home. These care centers provide short-term support for patients and families. Patients receive management of symptoms which can be difficult to manage at home. Family members are relieved of the stress of care-giving for short periods of time. Please call us to arrange a visit or tour of our facilities.
    We would be honored to show you around and answer your family’s questions.

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    Hospice of Cincinnati
    at Mercy Health Plaza
    7691 Five Mile Rd
    Cincinnati, OH 45230
    513-246-9700
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    Hospice of Cincinnati
    5343 Hamilton Ave
    Cincinnati, OH 45224
    513-389-5528
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    A Typical Experience The Dawson Family

    Mia Dawson had been chronically ill for years. She started experiencing increased chest pain and respiratory distress due to heart disease, and the treatments that used to work in the past were no longer working. So Mia was admitted to the hospital. The hospital physician determined that Mia’s heart disease was nearing end-stage and she had less than six months to live.

    Mia spent five days at the hospital and was still experiencing ongoing fatigue and circulatory problems. It became clear that she would need round-the-clock professional care to manage her symptoms and to keep her as comfortable as possible.

    The hospital physician suggested to Mia and her family that hospice care would be the best way to continue keeping Mia as comfortable as possible. A meeting was quickly arranged with a Hospice nurse to discuss Mia s condition, and it was determined that admission to Hospice of Cincinnati s Blue Ash Inpatient Care Center was appropriate. A detailed plan of care was developed for Mia based on the physician s orders and recommendations.

    The Hospice of Cincinnati nurse took care of all the arrangements and assisted with Mia s transfer to our Blue Ash Inpatient Care Center that same day. When Mia arrived at the care center, she was greeted by a member of her care team who helped her settle into her private room and feel welcome in her new surroundings. An admission nurse worked closely with family members to complete consent forms and prepare them for what to expect next.

    Mia immediately began feeling better as her symptoms were managed aggressively by a team of highly-skilled, caring professionals including physicians, RNs and nurses aides. In addition, Hospice social workers, chaplains and volunteers provided additional support to help Mia and her family prepare for the final stages of life.

    Visiting hours were 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Mia was able to spend quality time with her family and assure them that she was ready to go. She also enjoyed additional visits from compassionate Hospice volunteers who shared their time and talents with her. From time to time, Mia s symptoms changed and her care was immediately modified to alleviate any pain or respiratory issues that occurred.

    On her third day at the care center, Mia s illness progressed to the final stages, and her life came to a peaceful end with the loving support of her family all around her. All family members had a chance to speak their hearts and say their goodbyes and were as prepared as one can be for the grievous loss of their loved one. A Hospice nurse confirmed Mia’s death and helped prepare her body for the trip to the funeral home.

    The months that followed were difficult at times for Mia’s family. Occasionally, they received a call from bereavement counselors at Hospice of Cincinnati who offered their support and encouragement through the grieving process. For Mia s family, the calls were a welcome, friendly voice from a team of caring people that would forever hold a dear place in their hearts.





    Hospice and How It Can Help the COPD Patient AND Caregiver –

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    Hospice and How It Can Help the COPD Patient AND Caregiver

    Hospice can be an invaluable resource for people with end-stage COPD and their overworked, overwhelmed caregivers. But before I get into that, let me apologize. I’m writing 3 posts today, and they’re all a bit on the depressing side, because they deal with death.

    I don’t mean to remove all hope for people fairly new to COPD as they read these posts. There are many opportunities for hope and a certain quality of life, even after a diagnosis of COPD. But it’s also a fact that COPD is a chronic, progressive illness for which there is no cure. Eventually, death does become a reality. It can take years, but it will happen at some point. So, while it’s important to live life to the fullest as long as you can, it’s also important for both patient and caregiver to prepare for what is coming in the future.

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    So, this post is about how hospice can help, and the sooner it is initiated once the end is approaching, the better. Unfortunately, many people do not get referred to hospice (or are not ready to accept it) until far too late. And at that point, there may not be time for hospice staff to do what they are so good at. easing the way to a dignified, peaceful death.

    My mom was referred to hospice during a recent hospitalization. and it turned out to be far too late. Although I have said that she was “dying for the last 2 years” more than once, in the end, she deteriorated so rapidly that we weren’t even thinking hospice before she went into the hospital. And then it was too late for her (or us) to reap the benefits, for the most part.

    Hospice is a concept of care that provides comfort and support (on several levels) to patients and caregivers when traditional medical care can no longer prevent death from coming on, usually within a few weeks or a few months.

    Hospice is a team-oriented approach that neither prolongs life nor hastens death. According to the Hospice Foundation of America, “the goal of hospice care is to improve the quality of a patient’s last days by offering comfort and dignity.”

    Hospice care is not just about providing physical care, though that is certainly included. It’s also about the emotional, social, and spiritual impact of the disease and of the dying process.

    Hospice does not usually refer to a place. 80 percent of hospice care is provided in the patient’s home. The emphasis is on enhancing comfort and reducing any pain or distress.

    When the doctor says that nothing more can be done to improve or even maintain respiratory function, and that death is likely within the next one to six months, then hospice should certainly be considered. Hospice doesn’t mean giving up. it means making a conscious choice to focus on the quality of your life in your last days and then to go out on your own terms!

    When you accept hospice, though, you are accepting that you will no longer be accepting life-sustaining or invasive treatments, except in the case of an emergency. It also entails acknowledging “Do Not Resuscitate” (DNR) status. In other words, if your heart or lungs stop working, you do NOT want emergency personnel to initiate treatment that would get things going again.

    However, if you were to fall and hit your head or if you broke a bone, then emergency treatment for those would be acceptable, even if you are on hospice.

    Once you go on hospice, you are not a prisoner. You CAN change your mind and go off of it. But you can only do that once or twice. So do not take the decision about hospice lightly. Make sure you are ready.

    What Does Hospice Offer?

    As I’ve already stated, hospice can be beneficial both to the patient and to the caregiver. I have been a COPD caregiver for more than 4 years, and it takes a toll. So, even if patients are willing to “go it alone”, keep in mind how helpful hospice can be to your caregivers.

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    Most people who have hospice have Medicare health insurance, but both Medicaid and private insurance also often will cover hospice care in qualified people. Here are the hospice services typically covered by Medicare:

    • Nursing care and case management
    • Physician oversight sometimes home visits
    • Home health aide bath services
    • Medical appliances, medication, and supplies
    • Spiritual, dietary, and other counseling
    • Trained volunteers for patient companionship caregiver respite
    • Social work services
    • 24/7 on-call availability

    Most people think of hospice in relation to cancer patients, but it can also be helpful to a respiratory patient. As death approaches in someone with COPD, breathing gets harder and harder and air hunger, fear and stress can develop.

    Hospice nurses can help tweak oxygen levels and delivery methods, along with morphine and other medicines to control this air hunger and emotional stress. How much will that contribute to a more peaceful, gentler COPD death?

    How to Learn More About Hospice

    The Hospice Foundation of America website has lots of information about hospice, such as their Myths and Facts About Hospice page and their Hospice Stories section.

    You can also talk with your doctor about hospice, and/or talk with the staff at one of the local hospices in your area. You should be able to find them listed on the Web or in the yellow pages of a phone book. Local hospitals may have their own hospices or be able to refer you to one as well.

    My Personal Hospice Experience

    My mom was diagnosed with COPD back in December 2005. Although she went on oxygen, for a couple of years, she still seemed pretty healthy. Then, in February of 2007, she developed pneumonia and was hospitalized. At that time, her doctor suddenly referred her to hospice, telling us it was not just for dying patients (which is not really true).

    At that point in time, neither mom or I was prepared to think of her as imminently terminal, but we accepted hospice and they initiated services that seemed more like traditional homecare than anything else. Unfortunately, about 6 weeks later, mom’s femur broke and hospice was cancelled so she could have the leg surgically repaired.

    2007 was a rough year, with 5 hospitalizations in total. On the 4th one, we thought we were going to lose Mom, but by 2008, she was on the mend and over the next year got better and better, often not really even needing her oxygen. Hospice was a distant memory.

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    Towards the end of 2009, Mom’s breathing started to gradually worsen and I started wondering how much longer she could go on. But she soldiered on, adapting to every little change. Her current doctor talked about hospice when Mom started to ask questions about what the end would be like, but it still didn’t seem like time.

    Then, in early November of 2011, Mom just suddenly decompensated, breathing-wise, and had to be hospitalized. Within a week, the doctors decided her lung deterioration was so far advanced, there was nothing more to be done, and started to prepare her to come home to die, which is what Mom wanted so badly.

    A hospice referral was initiated, and they helped us with the whirlwind of preparation to bring Mom home on 12 LPM of oxygen (2 concentrators!), a CPAP machine, and kinds of other equipment and medication. It felt like we were setting up an at-home hospital room.

    Mom came home on her birthday, and it was a joyful day for her, though also exhausting and with a few scary moments for both her and me. The hospice nurse spent 4 hours with us, getting us situated and setting up support services for the future. I was grabbing that lifeline, as the thought of being chained to my home 24/7 (Mom couldn’t be left alone) was pretty overwhelming and terrifying.

    We thought we had at least 3 months to prepare and deal with the dying process. But Mom had other ideas. She passed away early the next morning. In the end, all that the hospice team was able to do for us was set things up and then to come out and pronounce her so that we didn’t have to call the police or coroner. Those things were great, but there is so much more hospice could have done for us, had there been more time.

    So, our experience was that first we got hospice way too early and then in the end, way too late.

    If you are starting to sense that your life is coming to a close, at least start thinking about hospice and what it can do for you and yours. Don’t wait until the end is right there before you take action!

    Published On: December 08, 2011





    Hospice House Levels of Care #mystery #hotel #deals

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    Hospice House Levels of Care

    The following levels of care can be provided at The Good Shepherd Hospice House:

    Residential Care: Residential Care is simply the day to day hospice care that individuals receive at The Good Shepherd.

    • A hospice client may move to the hospice house simply because it is their desire to reside at The Good Shepherd. The decision may also be based on caregiver issues or any of a number of factors considered by the client and/or family.
    • Homecare Hospice does not make it a practice to move current hospice clients residing in their home or another facility to the hospice house unless it is at the client or family’s request.

    Respite Care: Respite Care is short term inpatient care provided to hospice clients to relieve family members or other persons caring for the individual at home.

    • Medicare and most insurance pay to give the caregiver a break from the 24-hour task of caring for a loved one. Respite care allows the client’s caregiver up to five (5) consecutive days “off” from taking care of the client.
    • Respite care is a service that is designed to be used for a specific need and may be utilized only on an occasional basis.
    • Respite care is paid for as long as the intent is that the client will be returning home after five (5) days.
    • If after a few days, the caregiver decides that they can no longer care for the client at home, the client and family have two options to consider: To utilize Residential Care at The Good Shepherd Hospice House or to make other arrangements, i.e. to relocate to a nursing home or alternative care location.

    General Inpatient Care (GIP): General Inpatient Care (GIP) is made available to all hospice client’s who are in need of pain control or symptom management that cannot be provided in any other setting.

    • GIP is considered short term care because the team’s job and overall goal is to get the client’s acute symptoms to a controlled level within 24-48 hours.
    • When the client’s symptoms have been managed for at least 24 hours, the doctor will order a discharge of the client to the Residential Care level if that client chooses to remain at The Good Shepherd. It is the client’s choice whether he/she wants to stay in the hospice house, go back home with care, or move to a nursing home.

    For more information about these levels of care, or about The Good Shepherd Hospice House in general, please feel free to call us at any time at 785-537-0688.

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    Hospice House – Hospice of Spokane #tokyo #hotel

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    Hospice House

    Patients and families face special challenges in the final weeks of life, challenges a Hospice House is built specifically to meet. Only a Hospice House can fill this specific, sacred, important niche in our community’s healthcare network.

    As a resident of the Hospice House, you will have a private room with many of the comforts of home and space for visiting family and friends. You will also have all of the medical, emotional and spiritual care services Hospice of Spokane has to offer. Physicians, nurses and nurse aides, social workers and grief counselors, chaplains and volunteers – all coming right to you to help in their own ways. And the door is always open for your personal doctor to care for you in the Hospice House.

    When you are in the Hospice House, don’t worry about the prescription drugs related to your terminal illness… we’ll take care of them. If you need special equipment that we don’t have in the house, or your treatment calls for special therapies, we’ll address those needs, too.

    Being in the Hospice House means you can get the same level of hospice care you would receive in a hospital or nursing home. Being in the house means you won’t need to move from one location to another as your health changes.

    Feel Right At Home
    At the Hospice House you and your family will feel right at home. Have a meal in the family dining room, or have it in the privacy of your own room. Sit and watch the day go by from the interior courtyard or in one of the gardens. Play a game of cribbage in the great room. Get a breath of fresh air on your private patio. Sit, contemplate, meditate or pray in the reflection room. Take a bath in the spa room. Children can even play in a room built especially for them. We hope this short video gives you an idea of what the Hospice House is all about.





    Bingo Pet Hospice – Quality of Life for Your Senior Pet #rabbit

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    Bingo Pet Hospice – Quality of Life for Your Aging Pet

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    We have partnered with Goodsearch.com. Go to www.goodsearch.com. sign up and select Bingo Pet Hospice as your cause and start searching the web! With every search one penny is donated to your cause, Bingo Pet Hospice! Watch the pennies add up before your eyes! Check out GoodShop if you are making any purchases online and a matching percentage of your purchase will be donated to Bingo Pet Hospice.

    We are trying to get 50 supporters by November so please help us out!

    iGive.com

    Help Bingo Pet Hospice every time you shop online, the iGive Button makes it simple. It’s all free and so easy to be socially-conscious!

    The stores make this possible because they want you to like them and shop at them over and over again. There’s 1449 socially-responsible stores helping to make donations happen.

    I hope you’ll give it a try. Here’s the link: http://www.igive.com/oOnygX7

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    Join us for a meeting at Meetup.com!

    Bingo Pet Hospice engages our local veterinarians and community professionals to speak to our group about topics related to our beloved pets. In the past we’ve had the pleasure of having experts talk to us about arthritis, pet trusts, animal chiropractic services, homeopathic remedies and cold laser therapy just to name a few of our topics. Join us for one of our Meetups! Check out the News and Events page for upcoming meetings or visit our meetup site at www.meetup.com/bingopethospice.

    Financial Assistance for Aging Pets

    Caring for an aging pet can be an emotionally and financially difficult situation. Bingo Pet Hospice wants to ensure that the most is being done to create the best quality of life for your pet by providing financial assistance to those who are unable to take on the financial burden. By providing financial assistance, we hope to eliminate any obstacles to maintaining the family unit and keeping the pet comfortable and in the home with the owner they know and love. If you are in need, please fill out an application on our Financial Assistance page. If you are able, please donate to help us support our elderly pet population by sending a check by mail or making a credit card donation on this site.





    Hospice of greensboro #las #vegas #hotel

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    Welcome to Community Home Care

    Community Home Care is an affiliate of Curo Health Services and offers compassionate Hospice Care, with clinical experience, to thousands of special patients and families in locations listed on our website.

    Our goal is to enrich the quality of life as life s journey nears its completion. Through supportive, loving, comfort care we offer patients and their families comfort for body, mind and spirit.

    Our Mission

    The mission of Curo Health Services, and its hospice affiliates, is to honor life and offer compassion to individuals, and their families, when facing a life-limiting illness.

    Our Core Values

    • Choose the right attitude, message and priority.
    • Be accountable for all thoughts, words, and actions.
    • Embrace and drive change. Pursue growth and learning.
    • Demonstrate humility and servant leadership.
    • Select great people, treat them with respect, help them, and communicate effectively.
    • Celebrate small successes on our journey to greater success.
    • We are here for our patients and each other. Be passionate about what we do. Be innovative and efficient in everything we do.

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