December 2019


A Doggone Delightful Holiday Visitor


The residents and staff at East Park Care Center in Brook Park got a doggone delightful surprise this week. Hospice of the Western Reserve pet therapy volunteer Don Sendelbach and his dog, Casi, stopped by to spread some holiday cheer.
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December 17 2021


Rolling Thunder Presents HWR with Chair of Honor


The local chapter of Rolling Thunder, Inc. presented Hospice of the Western Reserve with a “Chair of Honor” during a ceremony at David Simpson Hospice House. Accepting the chair on behalf of HWR were President and CEO Bill Finn and Provider Relations Manager Nate Gradisher, who chairs our Peaceful & Proud Veterans Committee.
 
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December 10 2021


Book Review: Sorry For Your Loss: What People Who Are Grieving Wish You Knew by Alicia King


Alicia King’s Sorry For Your Loss: What People Who are Grieving Wish You Knew is a simple and breathtakingly honest look at how the response people have to loss can affect the grieving person. 
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December 02 2021


A Child’s View


The holiday season can be a time of heightened emotions and increased stress for families who are grieving. Feelings of emotional unrest and just “not feeling right” can appear seemingly out of nowhere, causing us to react in ways we may not typically. 
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December 02 2021


New Year Resolutions


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Many people think about making resolutions in the New Year. Lose weight, eat better, exercise more and spend less are common examples of resolutions long forgotten by the first of February. For those grieving a death, resolutions may be the farthest thing from the mind. 
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December 02 2021

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