July 2019

Western Reserve Navigator wins American Hospital Association’s Circle of Life Award

​Hospice of the Western Reserve's palliative care program, Western Reserve Navigator (WRN), has been recognized as one of the most innovative palliative care programs in the nation. The American Hospital Association announced this week that WRN is a 2019 Circle of Life Award winner.
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July 31 2019

Categories: News and Community 

Iron Wings Motorcycle Club Donates More Than $2,400 to Pediatric Programs

​If you picture a group with a years-long dedication to raising money for children in need, the first image in your mind probably won't be the bearded, muscular members of a motorcycle club. But, in this case, you couldn't be more wrong.
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July 30 2019

Categories: News and Community Giving Back 

Natural Dye Garden's First Harvest Yields a Bumper Crop

​The natural dye garden we planted earlier this year has yielded its first harvest of indigo leaves! Staff from Praxis Fiber Workshop led Hospice of the Western Reserve staff and volunteers and campers from Waterloo Arts' summer camp in the first harvest.

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July 30 2019

Categories: News and Community Volunteers 

Open House at HMC, Hospice of Medina County

​Join us for a public open house at HMC, Hospice of Medina County, a Hospice of the Wetern Reserve affiliate on August 22, from 5-7 p.m., 5075 Windfall Rd., Medina.  Attendees will learn more about our programs and services, such as our pediatric program, art and music therapy, bereavement services, and Moments to Remember, among others. Staff will be on hand to give personalized tours and answer any questions you may have. Light refreshments will be served.

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July 30 2019

Categories: News and Community Events 

Q&A with Roslyn Pritchard, CHPNA

What made you want to work at HWR?
I did my research and liked the fact that we are a non-profit. Our work is focused on supporting people and the community.
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July 23 2019

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