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Hospice of the Western Reserve named to the John A. Hartford Foundation Tipping Point Challenge Honor Roll

We’re excited to share that Hospice of the Western Reserve has been named to the honor roll for the John A. Hartford Foundation Tipping Point Challenge!
The challenge, sponsored by the Foundation and the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC), recognizes palliative care programs improving delivery of care and the lives of people living with serious illnesses. It is named for the critical moment at which a patient or family realizes they need help – the tipping point. HWR and its staff were recognized for our commitment to training, working with complex cases and supporting families. 
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February 05 2020

Categories: News and Community 

2020 Professional Education Offerings

​Hospice of the Western Reserve’s Provider Relations team is pleased to offer a variety of professional education courses offering CE’s throughout the year.
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January 28 2020

Categories: News and Community Medical and Clinical 

Hospice of the Western Reserve Earns Highest Level In National Veteran-Centered Care Program

​Hospice of the Western Reserve (HWR) has been named a Level 5 Partner with We Honor Veterans (WHV), a program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) in collaboration with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Level 5 is the highest level WHV partners can attain and includes several required activities and yearly recertification. We Honor Veterans was launched in 2010 to address the growing need for veteran-centered care, especially as veterans are aging and need access to palliative and hospice care.

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January 15 2020

Categories: News and Community Veterans 

Share the Story of You: Free Community Workshop Available

​One of the most valuable gifts to pass along to future generations is the gift of memories, stories, values and special wisdom. An ideal way to share these is by creating what is known as an ethical will, also sometimes called a legacy letter.

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January 02 2020

Categories: News and Community 

A Jindra Christmas Tradition

Dressed as Santa, Bill Jindra of Twinsburg is continuing a tradition that began more than a century ago: spreading holiday cheer to hospice patients. Santa and his elves - friends who volunteer to help him each year - arrive at David Simpson Hospice House bright and early Christmas morning. They deliver flowers, fruit, candy canes, popcorn balls and other small gifts to residents and visiting loved ones. 

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December 19 2019

Categories: News and Community Events 

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