Welcome Caregivers and Family Members of The Hospice of Baton Rouge, 
10-In-10: Preview 10 key topics that hospice caregivers and families need to know, when tending your loved one's care. These are summarized from our full library of 10 videos--Hospice Training for Caregivers & Families--in less than 10 minutes.


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Click here to download and print a list of these videos for your ongoing reference. Make notes for yourself. Talk with your team members. Share information with other family and friends. Help them understand what your loved one may be experiencing, and what we're all doing--together--to tend your loved one's needs.

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What core questions are you asking about hospice care? Who? What? When? Where? How? Why?

How can you recognize pain and provide comfort?


Medications can be so complicated. Here's help for what you need to know and do.


Is the person you are tending experiencing trouble breathing?


As a caregiver, how can you provide independence, safety, and dignity?


Is your loved one anxious? Are you? What can you do?


Is your loved one sad? Are you? What can you do?


What beliefs and values are being honored, or are in conflict?  Look more closely.


What SIGNs might indicate SIGNificant changes in your loved one's condition?


What happens at "final moments"? How can you prepare? Give care?

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Please become familiar with this information, specific to hospice care. Talk with your team. Let us know concerns and questions you have. We're here for you!   The Hospice of Baton Rouge, ph. 255.767.4673


For the most current information for all settings, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.

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* Did you learn anything in these videos, that helps you provide better care for your loved one?

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* Which videos do you find to be helpful? (check all that apply)

Through these tough and tender times,
we send support to you as you tend your loved one,
your selves, and each other.


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