Long Term Care Planning

Palliative Care

Palliative Care

Palliative care is a form of health-care that assists patients with life-limiting illnesses. It is a multidisciplinary care approach that focuses on providing relief from symptoms, pain, physical and mental stress.

When Things Go Wrong - Tips on Keeping an Open Communication with Caregivers

When Things Go Wrong  - Tips on Keeping an Open Communication with Caregivers

If you or a loved one is ever faced with deteriorating health conditions, it is important to keep honest and open communication with your health provider. Things can go wrong when issues are avoided or left on the back burner. Read our tips for keeping open communication with your health care providers and how to avoid conflict.

Goals of Care: Palliative

Goals of Care: Palliative

Palliative care is a multidisciplinary care approach to life-limiting illnesses. The palliative care team and primary caregiver (doctor) establishes goals with the family and the patient to extend and enhance their quality of life. Read on to learn about the Palliative Goals of Care.

Transitional Care

Transitional Care

Change can be hard and uncomfortable, especially with changes pertaining to health and age. We at Aspen Care understand that these periods of change can create ample of stress on patients and their families. That is why transitional care is a top priority and can have the utmost importance.