Our Continuum Of Care

Hospice, Home Health, Palliative In-Home Care

As our loved ones age or face severe illnesses, the value of continuous, compassionate, and consistent care cannot be overstated. That’s where the concept of the “continuum of care” shines brightly, especially in home health and hospice settings.

Annie Zarlengo : Social Worker Appreciation

I am a 4th Generation Denver Native, receiving my undergraduate degree in Aerospace Science! I went back to MSU Denver (Go Roadrunners!) to obtain my MSW so that I could work in hospice, I love traveling, and always love coming home to my Home Colorado. I am passionate about hospice and love fostering relationships with […]

Katie Sue Van Valkenburg : Social Work Appreciation

My journey to social work has been inspired by a number of life events, but the most important reason is to honor my grandpa Max Van Valkenburg. Known in the workplace as a force to be reckoned with, as a grandpa he revealed a different side of love and patience. He consistently encouraged his three […]

Sherry Duran : Social Worker Appreciation

Sometimes I think I’m a social worker because my aunt taught me from childhood that everyone can make a difference. Other times I think it’s because my born pessimist father told me I couldn’t do anything to make the world a better place and I took that as a dare! In the end, it comes […]

Amanda Dodson : Social Worker Appreciation

Social work for me was an obvious path due to my love for people and relationships. Along the way, I fell in love with medical social work and specifically, end of life conversations with patients and their families. I eventually transitioned to hospice social work once I experienced the beautiful vulnerability and innate strength of […]

These aren’t ‘just patients.’

Written by Trish Gwaltney  My husband, who heard just this week of the death of two of his friends, said “I’m sad. Everyone I know is dying.”  “Welcome to my world,” I told him. “Because that is my life on a daily basis.”  “But they’re just your patients,” he said. “Your work. And besides. It’s different. You’re a hospice […]

A Hospice Nurses Journal : November 27th, 2017

Tonight I was called upon to do a “tuck in” visit for a new patient. An admission had been scheduled to take place in the early afternoon, but our patient had been at the hospital waiting on a late discharge, and as the hours crept by, and 5:00 came and went, the admission was put […]

Specialized Care Team : COPD

Our mission is to provide the gold standard of Home Health patient-centered care – while providing evidence-based best practices for our patients and referral sources, in an effort to produce optimum outcomes, reduce costs, and prevent hospital readmissions. We are able to achieve this through; advanced practitioner clinical training specific to a Specialized Care Team, […]

Specialized Care Team : Stroke

Our mission is to provide the gold standard of Home Health patient-centered care – while providing evidence-based best practices for our patients and referral sources, in an effort to produce optimum outcomes, reduce costs, and prevent hospital readmissions. We are able to achieve this through; advanced practitioner clinical training specific to a Specialized Care Team, […]

Specialized Care Team : Fall Prevention – And Fall Risk Reduction

Our mission is to provide the gold standard of Home Health patient-centered care – while providing evidence-based best practices for our patients and referral sources, in an effort to produce optimum outcomes, reduce costs, and prevent hospital readmissions. We are able to achieve this through; advanced practitioner clinical training specific to a Specialized Care Team, […]

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