News 2017-04-05T15:05:01+00:00


2007, 2017

Preventing Falls

Home accidents are a major cause of injury and death, especially for those over 60. As people grow older, they may be less agile and their bones tend to break more easily. A fall can [...]

2505, 2017

What to Expect After Hip Replacement Surgery

Hip replacement surgery is becoming increasingly common. Approximately 300,000 of these surgeries occur each year in the United States—a number anticipated to nearly double by 2030. Despite the ubiquity of hip replacements today, it is [...]

2802, 2017

Tools for the Journey through Grief

~Sponsored by~ Heritage Health Services 1009 W. Quinn Rd. Pocatello, ID March 14th - May 2nd • 5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m. Identify normal grief responses “Are my feelings normal?” Understand [...]

901, 2017

Understanding Grief

“Normal is just a setting on the dryer.” - Barbara Johnson, author and speaker “Grief” is a word we hear throughout our entire life, but we never really understand it until [...]

601, 2017

Top Five Things to Know About Grief

“Perhaps the most important truth I have learned is that healing in grief is heart-based, not head-based.” Alan Wolfelt, Grief Counselor, Educator, Author, Director, The Center for Loss and Life Transition [...]

2111, 2016

Holiday Grief

“When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight.” - Kahlil Gibran Holidays can create [...]

510, 2016

Hospice – Frequently Asked Questions

When is the right time to ask about hospice? Now is the best time to learn more about hospice and ask questions about what to expect from hospice services.  Although end-of-life care may be [...]

2709, 2016

Hospice Care – Five Unknown Facts

There is great confusion about the care delivered by hospice providers. Many think hospice care means the patient is giving up the good fight or will die within a few days. But hospice care is [...]