December 2019


A Child's View: Memory Crafts


It’s time to shed those winter coats, gloves and boots and feel a bit lighter. But every change in seasons is a reminder that the person you loved isn’t here with you to share the things you are seeing. As you spend more time outdoors, you may wonder what the two of you would be doing if only your person was here. One way to hold tight to your person is to share memories with family or friends. Another way is to create something that symbolizes your connection.  
 
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March 02 2022


Guilt and Grief: A Burden Worth Exploring


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Grief is frequently accompanied by the pain of guilt. Feelings of guilt can arise when we feel we have not lived up to the expectations we have set for ourselves. It can raise nagging questions that take root like the most stubborn of weeds.
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March 02 2022


Creativity and Grief


Believe it or not, grief and creativity have some things in common. They are both matters that many of us have little experience with and find difficult. 
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March 02 2022


Moments to Remember: Let’s Go Cavs!


One of the strongest threads that ties Cleveland together is its love of sports, and any event is guaranteed to feel exciting and electric.
 
Rodney Brewer is an avid basketball fan, and he recently had the opportunity to experience a Cleveland Cavaliers game thanks to the support of his care team and a dedicated Hospice of the Western Reserve community partner.
 
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March 01 2022


Rolling Thunder Presents HMC Hospice of Medina County with Chair of Honor


Chapter 1 of Rolling Thunder, Inc. was joined by Chapter 8 of Medina to present HMC Hospice of Medina County with a Chair of Honor at our recently reopened Medina Inpatient Hospice Unit this week. Opening the ceremony with a Presentation of Colors was the Honor Guard from VFW Post 5137 in Medina.
 
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February 09 2022

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