Patient & Family Resources


We’re Here For You.

Welcome to our resource center for patients and families. We hope these tools will prove helpful as you navigate your hospice journey. Whether you are interested in learning more about what to expect as you or a loved one nears end of life, understanding bereavement resources, learning how to interpret symptoms, or simply looking to know more about what Seasons provides and who pays for hospice, our videos and articles are designed to help and inform. Can’t find the answer to your question or need more support? Please call us at 1 (855) 812-1136 to speak to one of our team members. We have staff ready 24 hours a day to take your call.

Education for Families & Caregivers on how to Support Your Loved One

Understanding Hospice in the Time of COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has presented a new set of circumstances for patients and their families facing end of life. Your hospice team is here to support you and offer care and guidance, and to give you the tools you need for your hospice journey.
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Understanding Signs and Symptoms at End of Life

We are here to help families and caregivers look, listen and learn about what you might be seeing in your loved one’s experience.
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Hospice & Family Communication

Seamless Support

Through high-quality communication, Seasons strives to listen carefully, recognizing that you are the expert in your own care, and explain things in a way you or your care giver can easily understand.
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Support for Family & Caregivers

Caregiver Burnout

The work of being the primary caregiver for someone who is seriously ill or on hospice can feel like a roller coaster. There are times when it feels like a gift to share special moments together, but there are also times when the stress of managing appointments, medications, and personal care can be overwhelming. It is important to learn the signs of when caregiver stress crosses over to become caregiver burnout.
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Anticipatory Grief

Anticipatory grief is a completely normal part of dying for the patient and those who have relationships with them. It helps family members emotionally prepare for loss. It can be a time to take care of unfinished business with your loved one, such as saying “I love you” or “I forgive you.”
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Grief & Bereavement

Grief is unique, and each loss is slightly different, but there are feelings that are normal to experience when processing the death of your loved one.
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