Aug 28, 2023
Hadley Vlahos, RN, is a hospice registered nurse, mother, and wife. Her husband also works in the medical field as a doctor of physical therapy. Vlahos started her career as a registered nurse at twenty-two. As a hospice nurse, she now visits people at their home while also educating and sharing stories about hospice care on social media, where she has more than a million followers.
Today on the show we discuss: what inspired Hadley to become a hospice nurse, advice for families that are dealing with a loved one in hospice, what patients actually want from their families when they are in hospice, the profound lessons that she’s learned from her patients on life and happiness, the patient that Hadley thinks about the most, how to know when it’s time to seek hospice care, how Hadley manages her own wellbeing with her profession and much more.
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