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Hospice is a philosophy and a way of caring for individuals living with serious illnesses who no longer benefit from curative treatments. When the time comes that a cure is no longer probable, hospice embraces the patient and family as they focus on comfort and the end of life.

When facing serious illness, it is important for patients and families to remember that there is much to hope for and wish for in their lives. Hospice helps people achieve their goals and supports the family as they care for their loved one.

People anticipate and prepare for the birth of a baby. Rainbow Hospice and Palliative Care teaches people how to make the same preperations for the end of life and to make the most of the time given. To learn more about hospice, please visit our introduction to hospice page below,

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Or please ask us about how Hospice Care can help you, by using the form below or by calling our admissions department at 847-685-9900.

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Posted by Blog Author in Rainbow Hospice Blog on 11/25/2015

Remembrance Day Walls Honor Loved Ones

The Rainbow Hospice and Palliative Care (RHPC) team remembered and honored those whom they have lost on Remembrance Day, November 12, 2015.

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Posted by Blog Author in Rainbow Hospice Blog on 11/16/2015

November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month 

and it is now officially recognized in two local communities. Evanston mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl and Mount Prospect mayor Arlene A. Juracek both proclaimed November as National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, with November 12th as "Remembrance Day," in an effort to encourage citizens to increase their understanding a...
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