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South Coast Hospice in the Media
Former South Coast Hospice Director Linda Furman Grile Addresses Congressional Representitives 2014.
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Click here to watch a 5 minute interview with South Coast Hospice Former Executive Director, Linda Furman Grile
Click here to read The World newspaper article about changes Medicare and Medicaid as they related to the hospice benefit, with statements from South Coast Hospice Former Executive Director, Linda Furman Grile
The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization - the largest nonprofit membership organization representing hospice and palliative care programs and professionals in the United States. www.nhpco.org
Oregon Hospice Association - Information about Oregon Hospice Care. www.oregonhospice.org
Hospice Net contains information for patients and families facing terminal illness. www.hospicenet.org
Caring Connections is a web page located on the National Hospice and palliative Care Organization (NHPCO). Communicating Your End-of-Life Wishes - is available online free at www.hospiceinfo.org
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) offers resources and help for those over 50. www.aarp.org
Medicare web sitehas information you need to know about your Medicare benefits including important contact information. www.medicare.org
Social Security Administration has information regarding your Social Security records, retirement and other important pages just for you. www.ssa.gov
United States Administration on Aging offers information regarding the Older Americans Act, aging news, disaster assistance, alzheimer's and more... www.aoa.gov
Senior.com is a fun site to help you plan vacations, health and wellness, recreation and news and events. www.senior.com
National Institute on Aging has news and events, healthy aging sites and lots more information on alzheimer's and clinical trials https://www.nia.nih.gov
The Centers for Disease Control is full of information on healthy aging. www.cdc.gov/aging
Oregon Senior Citizens lists many resources for Oregonians including information regarding long term care ombudsmen, legal issues, caregiving resources, food and financial help. www.bluebook.state.or.us/topic/senior/senior02.htm
Alzheimer's - Over 5 million people across the nation suffer from Alzheimer Disease. Please see these helpful websites for more information on Alzheimer's and other related topics for patients, caregivers, health care professionals and researchers. www.alzheimers.net and www.alz.org
Grief's Journey is a web site where the primary focus is on the bereavement of a spouse or life partner www.griefsjourney.com
Grief, Bereavement & Coping with Loss describes the stages of grief and methods for coping. This summary also includes sections on children and grief. www.cancer.gov
AARP guides you through the stages of grief and loss offers a web based guide to coping with grief as well as taking care of final details. www.aarp.org
The Compassionate Friends supporting the family after the death of a child. http://www.compassionatefriends.org/
Health Resources
American Cancer Society provides information on all aspects of cancer. www.cancer.org
Cancer Net has current information from the National Cancer Institute. www.cancernet.nci.nih.gov
American Heart Association hosts lots of information about the signs and symptoms of heart attack, stroke and related diseases.  AHA is a truly wonderful resource. www.americanheart.org
Asbestos.com provides information on all aspects of Mesotheleoma. https://www.asbestos.com/
Community Resources
Bay Area Hospital has more than 1,000 employees, 130 physicians on its medical staff, 100 volunteers, and is governed by a five-member Board of Directors who are elected officials. As the medical center for Oregon's South Coast, Bay Area Hospital offers a comprehensive range of diagnostic and therapeutic services. The hospital's inpatient and outpatient services include medical, surgical, mental health, pediatric, critical care, home health, outpatient psychiatric, oncology, obstetrical, and other specialties. www.bayareahospital.org
Coquille Valley Hospital As your partners for a healthy community, CVH provides not only timely, cost-effective and convenient preventative care, but also responsive surgical, acute care and emergency room services. cvhospital.org
Southern Coos Hospital and Health Center is a small rural hospital owned and operated by the Southern Coos Health District and located in Bandon, Oregon.  Currently licensed for 21 beds, the hospital was granted Critical Access Hospital status in November of 2000 while maintaining its designation as a full-service, general acute hospital. www.southerncoos.com
Bay Area Chamber of Commerce has loads of information for residents and newcomers alike regarding businesses and events held in Coos County. There is also a resource guide for seniors. www.oregonsbayareachamber.com
Care Giving Rentals is a private residence for with support services. Care Giving Rentals includes 2 meals daily, utilities, housekeeping, laundry and care giving services. Care Giving Rentals is handicap accessible, minutes from medical and shopping and pet friendly. 900-1200 sq .ft. duplex home, full size 2 bedroom in beautiful, safe and clean private residence. www.caregivingrentals.com

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