ProMedica Hospice Honors Veteran Volunteer
ProMedica Hospice serving Monroe and Lenawee Counties is fortunate to have over 50 volunteers who provide support in various ways to patients at end-of-life. One of the ways patients are supported is through the Vet-to-Vet volunteer program where a veteran volunteer provides support to veteran patients. Jeri, volunteer coordinator, tells about a recent Veteran’s Day experience and the impact Ray, veteran volunteer, has made on the ProMedica team.
Hospice Volunteers Create Handmade Ornaments and Cards for Patients
Heartland Hospice serving Southwest Ohio volunteers have been hard at work behind the scenes making handmade ornaments and Christmas cards to help make the holidays special for our hospice patients and their families.
Hospice Team Hosts Blanket Drive to Give Back to Local Homeless Organization
Heartland Hospice serving Southwest Ohio recently hosted a blanket drive for Maslow’s Army, a local homeless organization.
ProMedica Hospice Serving North Central Ohio Continues Tradition with Annual Memorial Service
ProMedica Hospice serving North Central Ohio was able to keep a 33-year memorial tradition alive, even during a global pandemic! Emily Foreman, bereavement coordinator, details planning the event, why it was important to continue and what the event looked like this year compared to previous years.
Heartland Hospice Serving Southeastern Wisconsin Gives Back this Holiday Season
“This year has brought so many challenges to our community, so we wanted to find a meaningful way to give back and make the holidays a little brighter by participating in Broadscope’s Giving Tree program.”
Managing the Holiday Blues: Do Not Overeat or Drink Too Much
Take a moderate approach to food and drink.
Girl Scouts Bring Holiday Cheer to ManorCare Health Services – Barberton
Learn about how local Girl Scout troops safely brought holiday cheer to patients and residents at ManorCare.
Managing the Holiday Blues: Utilize Positive Grief Strategies
Allow yourself to feel sad but, also allow yourself to enjoy positive experiences. Take one day or hour at a time and be flexible as well as sensitive to your feelings and needs.
Hospice Bereavement Team Hosts Drive-Thru Memorial Events During Coronavirus Pandemic
Heartland Hospice serving Raleigh-Durham was faced with challenges this year when it came to planning their annual memorial service. However, instead of the typical in-person service that is held each year, the team was able to plan several events that ensured the participants would stay safe.
Give the Gift of Heartland Hospice
Enrolling in hospice before the holidays can give eligible patients and families emotional and physical support that provides them with comfort and care during the holiday season.