Monthly Archives: September 2013

Hospice of the South Plains confronts common misconceptions about hospice – LubbockOnline.com

Hospice of the South Plains confronts common misconceptions about hospiceLubbockOnline.comHospice of the South Plains offers a care-centered concept that takes place wherever the need exists, made possible by a dedicated team of physicians, nurses, hospice aides, social workers, chaplains, counselors and volunteers. “Our holistic approach …

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Terminally ill prisoner needs hospice care: Letter – NOLA.com

Terminally ill prisoner needs hospice care: LetterNOLA.comHe now needs that kind of end-of-life care. After more than 10 years as a hospice chaplain, I am aware that the end of life needs to be a time of forgiveness and hope and repentance; it is not a time for punishment or unnecessary confinement. I hope …

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Local hospice provides comfort in patients’ final days – Opelika Auburn News

Local hospice provides comfort in patients' final daysOpelika Auburn NewsHospice teams include medical professionals like doctors and nurses, as well as social workers, chaplains and bereavement counselors. “It's an ongoing avenue for support. … We get very close to the families,” Browdy said. “The people who you are …

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The stars come out to dance for hospice – Vernon Morning Star

The stars come out to dance for hospiceVernon Morning StarDaniel and Galina Labun, winners of last year's Dancing with the Vernon Stars, perform their winning tango as event coordinator Lorna Robb (back from left) of Cheek to Cheek Dance Studio, Glenn Benischek, CEO of event gold sponsor VantageOne Credit …

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Business Milestones: Sunday, September 29 – Winston-Salem Journal

Business Milestones: Sunday, September 29Winston-Salem JournalHe will work from offices in Jupiter, Fla., and Winston-Salem and will report to Andrea Cocchi, chief executive officer of Carpigiani Group in Bologna, Italy. … Lowes Foods; Leslie Ha yes, Wells Fargo; Jeffrey Lindsay , Novant Health; David Mounts …

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Business notebook: Sept. 29 – Toledo Blade

Business notebook: Sept. 29Toledo Blade29. ACHIEVEMENTS. □ David Walsh, CEO of Heritage Health Care in Maumee, has been elected to the board of directors of the Ohio Council for Home Care & Hospice, which represents 560 Ohio home health and hospice agencies. Business Achievements …

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OPINION: Never accept pain as a natural part of aging or illness – Heritage Newspapers

Heritage NewspapersOPINION: Never accept pain as a natural part of aging or illnessHeritage NewspapersGloria D. Brooks is president and chief executive officer of Arbor Hospice, a community-based nonprofit organization founded in 1984, with branches in Ann Arbor, Woodhaven, Plymouth and Monroe, Mich. Brooks oversees all hospice, palliative care, and …

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Compassionate priest brings healing, empowerment to two parishes – SouthCoastToday.com

Compassionate priest brings healing, empowerment to two parishesSouthCoastToday.com"Ministry in a hospice setting has really taught me how to be present to people and accompany them through the most difficult and painful times of life's journey." Ciosek's recent arrival at St. Peter's Episcopal Church seemed providential. "St. Peter …

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News & Notes – Hospice demonstration; fundraiser; violinist welcomed – StarNewsOnline.com

News & Notes – Hospice demonstration; fundraiser; violinist welcomedStarNewsOnline.comFacilitators are Lorraine Perry, Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter healing arts coordinator and bereavement counselor, and a New Hanover County Arboretum Ability Garden horticultural therapist. The $15 workshop fee covers the cost of supplies.and more »

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The Why of Judaism – Packet Online

The Why of JudaismPacket OnlineOn Tuesday, September 17, 2013 from 1pm-3pm, join our Campus Chaplain – Rabbi Bryan Kinzbrunner for a presentation on “The Why of Judaism.” Hear answers to questions such as to why do we stand during certain … Services, 52 Concordia Shopping Center …

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