Have you attended our Annual Valentine Gala previously? The Home Care & Hospice Foundation is seeking your feedback to let us know how we can improve, or if you like it just the way it is! This anonymous survey takes less than one minute to complete and your responses are greatly appreciated!
200 flowers! We prepared 200 flowers to give to the residents of some of our local residential facilities; Country View, Tri-County, Maple Grove, Lynn’s Heritage Place and Parkside Manor. Our staff worked hard to prep for this and were so excited to see the grateful faces of those on the receiving end.
“Look for the inner ANGEL in yourself. Doing good and spreading JOY can be as natural here on Earth as it is in Heaven. Sharing our LOVE is not only easy to do, it is what we are meant to do. May we take the time today to find the inner angel inside ourselves. I hope that we let that angel out to bless the world with our love and always remember that we don’t need wings to fly!” ― Angie Karan
*Becky Carroll, Home Health & Hospice Administrative Assistant giving a flower to her Grandmother Betty Walters who currently resides at Lynn’s Heritage Place in Louisiana.
RSVP PREFERRED: Contact Tracy Brookshier:573-324-2111 ext.140 firstname.lastname@example.org Pike County Health Dept. Home Health & Hospice Conference Room (side entrance) 1 Healthcare Place, Bowling Green, MO 63334
Join us in this free community event to assist you in ensuring all of your end-of-life decisions will be carried out how you wish.
We will be discussing topics such as: • Communicating about your end-of-life decisions • Choosing a hospice provider • Managing end-of-life pain • Life Planning work sheets provided • Living Wills • Advance Directives • Financial Power of Attorneys and other Considerations • Funeral preferences and arrangements • Organ and body donations • What to expect when a loved one dies
We will be providing: • Snacks • Life planning booklet with work sheets • lawyers and other professionals for general questions • A local Notary to complete official documents
November is National Hospice Month! We will be spending the month sharing information about hospice and the amazing care we can provide to you and your loved ones. We are giving away 4 of these baskets, one each Friday through November. Each contains:
Golden Wire Basket
Coffee Themed Dish Rag
Fall floral Decor
Custom Pike County Hospice Coffee Tumbler
Pike County Home Health & Hospice Coffee Cup Insulator
Milk House Candle Co. Scented Candle from Prairies Edge
Pike County Custom Wooden Sign made by our own Hillary Hakenwerth
Custom Sunflower Painting by our own Tracy Brookshier
Spring Hollow Coffee Grounds donated by Spring Hollow Coffee
Take our quick survey to be entered in for your chance to win!
We are seeking to gain more input from our community on what they know about our Pike County Hospice program and services. Please take a moment to complete this breif survey and be entered to win one of our Pike County Tumblers!
The Annual Valentine Gala is a fundraiser to assist in raising funds for our building. Every February the public enjoys a fabulous prime rib dinner, silent & live auctions, AMAZING desserts, as well as lively entertainment. Since 2011 this formal event has helped raise over $250,000 in donations. This could not be done without the members of our community; whom are as passionate as we are about ensuring the high quality, end of life care that our patients deserve.
SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, February 12th, 2022 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in St. Clement, MO!
2022 Valentine Gala Raffles:
Choose your raffles! Winner will be drawn at our Annual Valentine Gala, Saturday, February 12th, 2022. No need to be present to win!
Tickets on Sale NOW! 1 for $1, 6 for $5, 25 for $20
The Home Care & Hospice Foundation of Pike County’s Nursing Scholarship Application is available every January, and will award one $2,000 nursing scholarship this year to a student or adult pursuing a nursing career. The Home Care & Hospice Foundation knows that our amazing nurses are the backbone of Pike County Hospice, and they want to entice more compassionate individuals to pursue nursing and help change the lives of our community members. It’s a very rewarding career, both monetarily and emotionally. Making a difference in people’s lives and making them smile is not something that you can achieve in any career. As a nurse, you’ll make a huge difference in people’s lives. A caring and compassionate nurse is considered as a guardian angel by patients. This can be a very satisfying and gratifying career for the compassionate.
The deadline for the 2021 Scholarship application is April 16th, 2021