February 2020

Patients, our best teachers

​Any member of Hospice of the Western Reserve’s clinical care teams can tell you how they are continually moved by those they serve. Candace Carmichael was one of those inspiring patients.
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February 25 2020

Categories: News and Community 

Veterans Recognition Ceremonies Honor Two WWII Veterans' Service

​All of our patients who served in the armed forces have given so much to our country. That's why we take special pride in honoring their service at veterans recognition ceremonies. We recently celebrated two WWII veterans.

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February 20 2020

Categories: News and Community Veterans 

A Child's View: Coping

​When someone we love dies, sometimes we can feel almost nothing.  We are in shock and try to act as if everything is normal with our friends and families. Then, little by little, feelings start to make their way in. Sadness, anger, fear, confusion, loneliness and guilt can spin around in our minds and bodies. 
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February 19 2020

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If you are like me, you may have heard the term “mindfulness” and wonder what exactly it means. The basic idea of mindfulness is to be present in the moment. To do this, you focus on specific processes of your body or on things in your immediate environment to help calm racing thoughts or overwhelming emotions.
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February 19 2020

Categories: Elizabeth Mason, MSSA, LISW, CT 

Ginny’s Story

​Ginny is a retired registered nurse and lovely woman who has been attending Fabric and Feelings, a Healing Arts workshop. She had always loved to sew, but as a nurse and mother of three boys, rarely had the time. She started coming to the group in March of 2016, several months after her husband died.
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February 19 2020

Categories: News and Community Volunteers 

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