Monthly Archives: June 2016

Hospice of Calumet Area Offers Patient Companion Volunteer Training in 2016 – ValpoLife.com

Hospice of Calumet Area Offers Patient Companion Volunteer Training in 2016ValpoLife.comHospice of the Calumet Area is seeking volunteers from across Northwest Indiana and neighboring Illinois communities to serve as companions for patients and families facing end-of-life illnesses. It takes dedicated…

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The Facts About Fraud. Bullet-Proof Hospice Admissions with 5 Can-Do Concepts.

From the Hospicesoft blog: “I’d love to think of the patient first. That’s why I got into nursing. I’m here to help people – not mange processes. But all the regulations and red tape I have to keep up with…

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Tail-wagging visitors soothe patients at local hospice - KeepMEcurrent.com

KeepMEcurrent.com Tail-wagging visitors soothe patients at local hospiceKeepMEcurrent.comNan Butterfield and her dog, Sophie, are the first team to become a part of the new PawPrints dog visitation program at the Gosnell Hospice House in Scarborough. ​. Any dog owner can…

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Hospice Nursing Made Easy by a Certified Hospice Nurse at Frankfurt Book Fair - WebWire (press release)

WebWire (press release) Hospice Nursing Made Easy by a Certified Hospice Nurse at Frankfurt Book FairWebWire (press release)The book provides guidance to nurses in providing compassionate care to their patients with terminal illnesses. It features factual information about pain and…

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Ride For Angels to benefit Davidson Hospice - Asheboro Courier Tribune

Ride For Angels to benefit Davidson HospiceAsheboro Courier TribuneLEXINGTON — Hospice of Davidson County will host its 9th Annual Hospice of Davidson County Ride For Angels on Saturday, July 16. The 75-mile motorcycle ride, which winds through Davidson County, will…

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Hospice of Chesapeake admits first pediatric patient in Pasadena - CapitalGazette.com

CapitalGazette.com Hospice of Chesapeake admits first pediatric patient in PasadenaCapitalGazette.comBrian Butler talks about his daughter Journey Butler, 13, who is suffering from terminal cancer and is the first juvenile to be admitted into Pasadena’s Hospice of the Chesapeake. Brian Butler…

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Emotional Intelligence in Healthcare: SEE-ing Grief When Expressed as Conflict or Anger

Carla Cheatham We must not pathologize grief... however it looks, as long as it takes,

We do not “treat” grief, we sit with it, so neither should we pathologize it.

One of the most poignant, and challenging, presentations in the SCIE Curriculum is on Being with Grief Expressed as Conflict and Anger.

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Fundraiser for Modesto's Community Hospice Foundation will give the brave a 12-story story to tell - Modesto Bee

Modesto Bee Fundraiser for Modesto’s Community Hospice Foundation will give the brave a 12-story story to tellModesto BeeOver the Edge for Community Hospice, presented by Ten/Space, asks participants, or “edgers,” to commit to a fundraising minimum in exchange for the…

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Hospice volunteer enjoys helping out - Waikato Times

Waikato Times Hospice volunteer enjoys helping outWaikato TimesNicholas Roberts loves to help out at the Morrinsville Hospice shop several days a week. Until recently, he volunteered there every day from 8:30am until 3pm – sorting donated items, lifting heavy furniture…

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Hospice fundraiser will give the brave a 12-story story to tell - Modesto Bee

Modesto Bee Hospice fundraiser will give the brave a 12-story story to tellModesto BeeOver the Edge for Community Hospice, presented by Ten/Space, asks participants, or “edgers,” to commit to a fundraising minimum in exchange for the opportunity to rappel the…

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