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What You Can Experience
Be included in an environment dedicated to serving our clients home health care and hospice services with dignity and respect. Become part of a thriving culture that promotes a one-team care approach, collaboration, team values, employee fun, community engagement, and more.
What You Will Gain
At Ethos, you will find strong support from a team guided by the core values of the Ethos organization, meaningful relationships with clients, and strong relationships with your team. With a career at Ethos, you will find a sense of family that works together to achieve great things.
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Tips For Healthy Aging
As individuals age, it is natural to notice changes that come with growing older. For some, health risks might be more apparent, and others might notice a gradual decline in health. Luckily, there are steps older adults can take to move toward healthy aging and live a high quality of life even as changes start to occur.
Ethos Home Health Care: Where Safety Meets Independence
Through our home health care services, we’ve seen firsthand that exceptional outcomes can be achieved outside of a hospital setting. During his experience with Ethos, Vernon Bader discovered best-in-class results without leaving the comfort of home.
Providing Holistic Hospice Care With The Support Of Volunteers
It often takes a village to provide holistic care for a hospice patient. Ethos Hospice Volunteers play a critical role in the care we provide each day. Read the story of one of our volunteers and learn how her experiences as a hospice volunteer have been life enriching.
Our Life-Enriching Services At Ethos Hospice: A Culture Of Care
From our newest team member to our most seasoned volunteer, the people behind our life-enriching services uphold an uncompromising culture of care. Behind every interaction at Ethos Hospice is a genuine desire to spark joy and cultivate a higher quality of life for those we serve.
What Are The Benefits Of Hospice Care?
The word “hospice” can be scary for individuals and their families when nearing the end-of-life. Often times, those that could benefit most from hospice care might push it off due to fear or lack of education. What many don’t know is that hospice care can offer comfort and a higher quality of life to your loved one far before their final days of life.
Happy Older Americans Month!
Ethos Home Health Care and Hospice works diligently to serve the ever-changing needs of older adults. This May, join us as we recognize the 60th anniversary of Older Americans Month and challenge the narrative on aging. Here are some ways we can all participate in Aging Unbound.
The Benefits Of In-Home Recovery And Rehabilitation
Receiving personalized 1:1 care at home can help detect any early complications and prevent rehospitalizations. It is also an effective way to promote independence within the home. Read more from Lizzie Twedell, RN Case Manager with Ethos, about the benefits of in-home recovery and rehabilitation.
How To Support Someone Living With Chronic Pain At The End Of Life
Experiencing chronic pain can be difficult for the individual, but it can also be difficult for their friends and family. While each situation is different and what helps one individual may not work for another, we have put together a few tips that may help you better support your loved one living in chronic pain.
Home Health Care and Parkinson’s Disease
90,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease each year. This diagnosis is life-changing for individuals and their families, but it doesn’t mean that achieving a higher quality of life isn’t possible with the right interventions in place. Read more about how home health care can help with Parkinson’s Disease.
Meet The People Behind The Mission: Occupational Therapy
An “occupation” can be thought of as anything that a person does during their day that is meaningful and gives a person a sense of purpose and identity. Home health care can be an ideal setting for occupational therapy because it incorporates so many aspects of the profession as explained by our expert in this article.
Who Qualifies For Home Health Care Services?
Do I qualify for home health care services? This is one of the most common questions we receive at Ethos Home Health Care. If you’re curious about eligibility on behalf of yourself or a loved one, you’re not alone. At the same time, finding answers isn’t always straightforward. That’s why we’ve broken down the need-to-know in this article.
Drink Up: Hydration Is Key
It’s important to drink enough fluids every day to keep your body properly hydrated. Many factors contribute to how much you need to drink. Your overall health, medications, exercise level and diet all affect your body’s hydration needs. As temperatures rise, you’re also more likely to sweat and that can lead to dehydration if you don’t replace lost fluids. Here’s why pure water is best for your body.
Meet The People Behind The Mission: Medical Director
I have often seen firsthand how the illness of one family member can have wide-ranging impacts on the entire family. This is particularly true when a loved one is dealing with a terminal illness. Though it can be difficult to discuss the end of life with patients and their families, I have learned how important and ultimately comforting having this conversation can be for them. Meet our expert and learn how hospice care might help.
How Ethos Hospice Ensures Truly Holistic Care
The decision to place a loved one in hospice care is oftentimes met with a heavy heart and uncertainty. During her father’s time of need, Sue Wiger and her sister made the joint decision to call our care team at Ethos Hospice. By sharing her experience, we hope to shine a light on the uncertainty that so many families face during these trying times.