NEWS & STORIES
NEWS & STORIES
Sharing our health care expertise
Health-related stories and resources for seniors in Eastern North Dakota.
The stories and articles shared here are to provide you with valuable information related to your health and wellness journey. You will also find news related to Ethos Home Health Care and Hospice and resources to educate you on the benefits of in-home services.
Additional resources are available across the Ethos website, including our step-by-step process on getting started with home health care and answers to our most frequently asked questions about home health care and hospice services.
This page is updated frequently with relevant topics. Come back and visit us again soon!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs or STs) work to prevent, diagnose, and treat swallowing, communication, and cognitive-communication problems. There are many reasons why you might have a swallow, communication, or cognitive-communication problem. Meet our expert and learn more about how SLPs can help.
Ethos patients may have a surprising pet therapy visit: Comet, the Miniature Horse.
Many volunteers at Ethos work hard to brighten the days and lives of patients, but Terry and Comet might be the most unique.
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