December 2019


"You were our sheltered port in the worst storm I've seen in my 65 years.”


The emotional and spiritual pain of caring for a partner near the end of life is something no one can ever be truly prepared for. They are so much a part of our being. When we deeply love someone, they own a piece of our heart. Their suffering becomes our suffering.  
 
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June 01 2021


Volunteer End-of-Life Doulas Support Patient Dignity


Just as labor doulas offer a trusted source of support for expectant mothers by engaging them throughout the birthing experience, Hospice of the Western Reserve is now offering volunteer end-of-life doulas to support the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of our patients.
 
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June 01 2021


Pet Peace of Mind® Allows Our Patients to Keep Their Beloved Companions


Hospice patients should not have to worry about the future of their pets. Through our Pet Peace of Mind program, pets stay united with their owners throughout their illness. 
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June 01 2021


James and Angela Hambrick Foundation Donates $2 Million to Fund Care Solutions Center


Work is underway on building our $3.25 million technologically advanced Care Solutions Center, which will dramatically expand access to hospice and palliative care. The new center is funded through a $2 million gift from the James and Angela Hambrick Foundation along with matching grants from the Elisabeth Severance Prentiss Foundation and The Kelvin and Eleanor Smith Foundation. 
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June 01 2021


Dr. Alfred F. Connors, Jr. and Dr. Mildred Lam Gift Supports Music and Pet Therapies


Music and pet therapies are among the many services Hospice of the Western Reserve provides to improve the quality of life for our patients and their families. We recently received a major gift that will help establish funding continuity for these two programs for years to come.
 
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June 01 2021

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