• Selecting a Hospice Caregiver

    Paradigm Health is Central Indiana’s Preferred Hospice Caregiver “At Paradigm Health, our collaborative team understands that focusing on alleviating a patient’s pain is priority one. This allows a patient and their family members to cherish the life moments together that mean the most to them. Your family becomes a part of our Paradigm family.”    —Jeff Jarecki, Paradigm Health [...]

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    Family Comes First — Paradigm Health's Tammy Short

    Caregiving is at the heart of everything Paradigm Health home health quality assurance nurse Tammy Short does both at home and at work. “My home and work life aren’t perfect, nothing is perfect” Short says. “But both are grounded in ethics and founded on a truly solid foundation of commitment to care. We really are Hoosiers caring for Hoosiers.” After 29 years of nursing and long-term [...]

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    Financial Goal #1 Accomplished: Journey to Financial Well-being

    The Slowik family meets their first financial goal and are already working on paying down debt.  “Paradigm Health is committed to the health and well-being of their staff and that includes our financial health, too.”  Financial goal #1: Accomplished! Beginning in early 2020, Slowik and her husband began the Smart Dollar financial well-being program offered to Paradigm Health employees to [...]

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    Senior Living Facility Gives Stamp of Approval

    When philosophies and missions match — residents and their families benefit from extraordinary care.  “Both Sunrise Senior Living and Paradigm Health are here to champion the quality of life each and every day and that makes us a good match.” —Johnetta Miller  When business and caregiving philosophies and missions are the same — there is mutual respect, trust and admiration. Both [...]

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    Meet Our Paradigm Volunteers — Emma R.

    Paradigm volunteers are an essential part of our care teams. As an invaluable resource, they bring a friendly smile, warm conversation, a hand to hold or offer a welcome respite family. To learn more about becoming a Paradigm volunteer, visit our Volunteer page. Emma R. High School Student Works a Job at Dairy Queen Plays Softball Why did you want to volunteer?  I wanted to [...]

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    Journey to Financial Health and Well-being

    Central Indiana home health, hospice and palliative care company invests in staff’s health and financial well-being. “Paradigm Health is committed to the health and well-being of their staff and that includes our financial health, too.” Miranda Slowik is on a mission. A mission to improve her understanding of her family’s day-to-day finances and educating herself and her family on how to[...]

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    Staying Heart Healthy at Every Age

    Sonny and Cher might have had it right all along—the beat goes on! That is, as long as you know how to keep your heart healthy and strong. You might be surprised to know that heart disease can strike at any age and sometimes without warning. Being aware at a young age of how to keep your heart healthy is the best “heart healthy month” advice we can offer. At Paradigm Health, taking care of [...]

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    Hospice Nurses Find Work, Life and Love Balance

    For Lisa and Caleb Thompson, working together has been a blessing for their family work-life balance. Survey says—Chipotle. Now, many of you may not have chosen that as your answer to the question: What romantic restaurant will you be celebrating Valentine’s Day in this year? But for Paradigm Health hospice nurses, Lisa and Caleb Thompson, it is a long-standing tradition and one they [...]

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    Paradigm Invests in Financial Wellness

    Paradigm Health places the highest priority in taking care of its team members and seeking strategies that assist in their overall wellness. We understand that stresses at home don’t stop once our employees enter the workplace each day. To start 2020, we are once again investing in our team by launching Dave Ramsey’s Smart Dollar Program for each employee. The Smart Dollar Program is an [...]

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    Holiday Depression Tips: Listen and Support

    This holiday season ask your loved one more than how they feel physically and identify feelings of depression early.   The holiday season is usually filled with a whirlwind of shopping, special events and family traditions. For many of us living close to our families, we are able to keep a watchful eye on aging or ill family members on a regular if not daily basis. For others who may live[...]

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