Samaritan Blog

What Happens to Facebook after Your Death?

Learn about what happens to your Facebook page after your death and the important preparation you should do to plan for your social media afterlife.

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Celebrities that Died in 2017 Can Teach Us About Life

Read about the celebrities that died in 2017 and what they teach us about advance care planning and talking to your family about your healthcare wishes.

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What Can a Hospice Patient Eat and Drink?

Learn about what your loved one can eat and drink at the end of life, get tips for when they don’t feel like eating and have a hard time swallowing.

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Win a Year of Delightful Dining at Delicious Destinations

Purchase your raffle tickets for Samaritan’s annual Delightful Dining Raffle. Take a chance to win 12 $100 gift certificates to delicious area restaurants.

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What is Inpatient Hospice Care?

Sometimes, severe pain or other symptoms require an advanced level of care that is more effectively provided during a short stay in an inpatient hospice facility.  If your loved ones’ needs intensify, the hospice team may recommend transferring him or her to the inpatient level of care.

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South Jersey Palliative Care Provides Safe Haven for Cancer Patient

Jane Trevelino, 71, isn’t into social media. She doesn’t tweet, post to Instagram, or snap chat. However, she did create a Facebook account. The account is only for important things like seeing countless pictures of her grandchildren.  Even then, she … Continued

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Questions to Ask When Choosing a Hospice

When Susan’s mother was terminally ill, her doctors recommended hospice care. It would help keep her mom comfortable, they explained, and even improve her quality of life. Hospice would provide a team of caregivers to meet Mom’s needs, helping her to stay at home rather than in the hospital.

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Patient Experiences Comfort at Mount Holly Inpatient Facility, Donates Corneas

His family, friends, and hospice caregivers all seem to choose the same words to describe Ravi Mahadevan: courage, grace, ever smiling, and unfailingly kind. His son, Ashwin, writes how his Appa (father) would be among the last to exit an airplane because … Continued

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Honoring Vietnam Veteran for Service to Country

Story posted originally on NJ.com and featured in the Gloucester County Times By Patrick Campbell | For NJ Advance Media on September 15, 2016 at 10:56 AM, updated September 15, 2016 at 11:49 AM Eleven years, 11 months and 26 days. Ask Russell Giberson … Continued

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Hospice Eases Burden of Serious Illness for Delran Woman

Read about Ruby embracing hospice care, the team, and how it allows her to stay in her home without being a burden on her children.

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