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Seriously-ill patients get help from free, home-based palliative care

Transitions program helps people who don’t qualify for hospice but are still facing a life-limiting illness and need help ....
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Grief camp helps kids and teens cope with loss

Ali Bigliardi was just 16 years old and starting her junior year of high school when her dad, Aiden, died from pancreatic cancer. Her dad’s death hit her hard. She was angry and felt all alone. But Providence Hospice of Seattle’s Camp Erin - King County was there to help ....
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Pediatric hospice care brings comfort to parents and babies

Just 15 weeks into Megan Wahl’s pregnancy, she and her husband Ben found out their daughter Grace had a rare DNA abnormality called trisomy 18, also known as Edward’s syndrome ....
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About Providence Senior and Community Services

Providence Senior and Community Services offers a full range of services for people of all ages, especially those facing chronic or life-limiting illnesses, including hospice, home care, assisted living, nursing homes, skilled nursing, infusion, care for the elderly and supportive housing for the poor and vulnerable. With 38 locations across three states and more than 3,100 caregivers (all employees), our ministries touch the lives of more than 23,500 people every day.