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Guidance and compassion at the end of life.

Hospice and end-of-life care are different than other types of long-term care. With a goal of comfort, not cure, end-of-life care aims to provide supportive services for older adults and their families.

Our experts help demystify end-of-life care and stress the importance of dignity and compassion in the final stages of life.

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