Being the primary caregiver for a terminally ill loved one usually means providing around-the-clock care with nearly every aspect of your loved one’s daily life. All of this is done to ensure your loved one’s well-being and comfort. WV Caring understands the crucial role of caregiving and the workload it demands. This is in addition […]
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END-OF-LIFE CARE CONVERSATIONS Ninety percent of Americans say that talking about their end-of-life care wishes is important, but only 30 percent are actually having these conversations. WV Caring has partnered with The Conversation Project, a national public engagement campaign, for National Healthcare Decisions Day, recognized April 16, to educate people on the value of making […]
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Losing a loved one is hard at any age. For a child, it’s hard to understand what is happening and to communicate how they are feeling. For an adult, it can be hard to explain things in a way that a child understands. At Camp Caring, we talk about loss and being able to express […]
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The holiday season is upon us and it is a very special opportunity to celebrate the life of loved ones. You can remember loved ones who have passed away or honor those living and those who are suffering illnesses. West Virginia Caring’s annual Light up A Life event begins now and continues through the end of the year.
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