Governor Rick Scott has announced November as Florida Hospice and Palliative Care Month. Previous year, over 126,000 sufferers got hospice care in the Florida. Florida Hospice and Palliative Care Association is glad to merge with hospice agencies across the state to bring awareness of hospice care in Florida. FHPCA’s Let Hospice Help initiative motivates Floridians to learn more about hospice services, facilities and plan ahead for medical care.
“FHPCA introduced the Let Hospice Help initiative to assist the public to understand the precious and valuable services present to them through their regional hospice,” stated Paul Ledford, President and CEO of Florida Hospice and Palliative Care Association. “This November we would like to raise awareness that hospices around Florida are here to assist. There is nothing more fascinating and rewarding than to see sufferers and families find the comfort and care they require.”
The aims of Let Hospice Help campaign is to give the basics of what a patient or a family member requires to know about hospice, but also to mention some of the lesser known advantages of hospice care, like grief and bereavement support.
FHPCA or Florida Hospice and Palliative Care Month will be utilizing the following hashtags in the month of November to involve Floridians in end-of-life discussions and give answers:
For further information about hospice and palliative care, please visit FHPCA on social media through @LetHospiceHelp or by visiting LetHospiceHelp.org.
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