It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see…Henry David Thoreau.
As you’ve heard me state many times before here on ‘The Purple Jacket,” one of the most important roles that a Caregiver plays is that of an advocate. Advocacy came in full force this week when we had to eliminate our choice for Hospice and seek other assistance for our current health care journey.
When we established services with Hospice, I had anticipated a fluid relationship that would be built on clear and consistent communication. That has been far from our experience: I would wager that many of you are shocked by this revelation! From the start of our relationship with Hospice, I have coined Hospice as our ‘friends.’ It saddens me that our ‘friends’ were such a disappointment.
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