Hospice Blog

There are many great articles regarding hospice care on the web today, here are some of our favorites, and some of our own:

$2,000 Nursing Scholarship: Now Accepting Applications
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By Tracy Brookshier / November 18, 2020

$2,000 Nursing Scholarship: Now Accepting Applications

The Home Care & Hospice Foundation of Pike County’s Nursing Scholarship Application is available every January, and will award one...

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National Hospice Month 2020
By Tracy Brookshier / November 2, 2020

National Hospice Month 2020

Anytime is a good time to talk about hospice. For us we celebrate hospice for 12 months out of the...

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2021 Valentine Gala Raffle
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By Tracy Brookshier / October 28, 2020

2021 Valentine Gala Raffle

2021 Valentine Gala Raffle is now OPEN! Download this flyer >>> This raffle is taking place of the canceled 2021...

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The Coping Corner – We are not Perfect
By Carrie Wells LCSW / September 14, 2020

The Coping Corner – We are not Perfect

Positive Coping Skills for our Souls. Guilt can quickly take over after the death of a loved one. We start...

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If Only…..
By Carrie Wells LCSW / September 14, 2020

If Only…..

  During grief, you may feel vulnerable and helpless. In those moments of intense emotions, it’s not uncommon to look...

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The Coping Corner – 10 Ways to Move through Grief
By Carrie Wells LCSW / August 14, 2020

The Coping Corner – 10 Ways to Move through Grief

The following 10-Ways to Move through Grief provides ideas that can be useful while coping with life after loss (adopted...

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When Anger Takes Over
By Carrie Wells LCSW / August 14, 2020

When Anger Takes Over

Anger following a loss is your mind’s way of fighting back. Anger may be the first emotion that you feel...

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The Coping Corner – Stressful Changes
By Tracy Brookshier / July 28, 2020

The Coping Corner – Stressful Changes

  The following strategies may help you better cope with the stressful changes that follow a loved one's death:  ...

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Sometimes Change is Needed
By Carrie Wells LCSW / July 28, 2020

Sometimes Change is Needed

If there is one thing that I have learned about the grief process it is that change is inevitable. Everything...

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The Coping Corner – Exploring Gratitude
By Carrie Wells LCSW / June 19, 2020

The Coping Corner – Exploring Gratitude

Many times in our grief process we become focused on the hurt, pain, loneliness, and sadness that we are experiencing...

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