End Of Life Check List, Preparing for the Future

Hospice of South Texas focuses on improving the quality of life for those living with end stage serious illness. Our care extends to the families of our patients ensuring their emotional wellbeing as they cope with the illness of their loved one. Our care journeys with them through the stages of illness onto [...]

Join Our Annual Lassoing Loving Care Benefit

Here are this year's Raffle Winners for a quick update! 1. Donald Craig - Beretta A300 SYN 20ga Shotgun 2. Don Kingsbury - Smith & Wesson M&P-15 OP 223 Rifle 3. Lloyd Cisneros - Diamondback DB-15 .223 Auto Rifle 4. Marvin Wilkinson - Ruger American Predator Rifle 6.5 Creedmoor 5. Janice Ohrt - [...]

Help Support Our Annual Gift of Light And Honor A Loved One

It's that time of year again!! We're excited about our annual Gift of Light Trees and honoring the memories of loved ones. The Gift of Light provides an opportunity for the community to memorialize and honor their loved ones during the holiday season. It also raises much-needed funds to help support Hospice of [...]

Hospice of South Texas chaplain provides comfort during end-of-life care

We thank our friends at The Victoria Advocate for helping people learn more about our wonderful Pastor When Pastor Larry Green, chaplain for Hospice of South Texas, visits Warren Windham, 73, he finds a place on the couch, and the two men talk like old friends. Windham, a retired insurance agent from Victoria, [...]

How to Gain Caregiver Life Balance

September is National Healthy Aging Month, a time Hospice of South Texas encourages seniors to consider taking steps to ensure a healthier tomorrow. Though most of the national conversation around Healthy Aging Month focuses on physical and mental health in general, we want to also turn our focus to family caregivers and how [...]

What is Pediatric Hospice Care

Pediatric hospice care provides compassionate comfort care to children with chronic, complex, and life-threatening conditions. Care is not focused on curing the disease, but on improving the quality of life for seriously ill children and providing comfort, guidance, resources and support to their families. Pediatric hospice care works alongside curative treatment because it [...]

Help for Dementia: Signs Your Loved One May Need An Extra Layer of Support

  Individuals living with Alzheimer’s Disease and advanced dementia often cannot report their symptoms—leaving them untreated and vulnerable to muscular and psychological pain and other distressing symptoms. This makes trying to navigate this devastating illness and ensure the wellbeing of a loved one difficult and heartbreaking.  Caregivers often struggle alone as they try [...]

Hospice Care For Heart Disease

Get support for CHF. Hospice of South Texas provides an extra layer of support. Living with advanced heart disease can be a physically difficult and even an emotional battle. Symptoms are distressing and can too frequently lead to visits to the ER. If your loved one has been experiencing worsening symptoms, stress and [...]

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