April 2019

Hospice of the Western Reserve Supports National Healthcare Decision Day

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April 16 is National Healthcare Decisions Day, a day set aside by healthcare providers across the country to remind people to have the conversation with their families and to complete their Advance Directives. It doesn’t need to be a scary process and there are many community resources available to help. National research consistently shows most people agree it is important to speak with their families about their end-of-life healthcare preferences.  However, few have had the conversation.

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April 15 2019

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94-Year-Old World War II WAVE Honored on Birthday for Military Service

​South Euclid resident Arlene Perry received a very special honor on her 94th birthday. Mrs. Perry, who served with the Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service (WAVES) during World War II, was honored for her service as 20 members of her extended family gathered to celebrate her.

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April 11 2019

Categories: News and Community Veterans 

Recommendation from St. John School Students Brings Comfort to Patients with Advanced Dementia

Students at St. John’s School in Ashtabula have presented Hospice of the Western Reserve with a $400 grant from The Ashtabula Foundation through their participation in the foundation’s Youth Philanthropy program. The program cultivates an interest in philanthropy by teaching young people the value of giving back to their community through support of charitable organizations.

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April 04 2019

Categories: News and Community Philanthropy 

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