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Emergency Preparedness for Older Adults News

With advanced age, some older adults are at greater risk for physical and mental health conditions, may live alone, and…

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Understanding Parkinson Disease News

Parkinson disease (PD) is a condition of degeneration of cells in the brain, particularly in the substantia nigra, which is…

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Giving Back to This Country Through Song News

Samuel Nehemiah has a warm place in his heart for veterans. That’s because he loves the U.S. and knows that…

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The Elizabeth Hospice Volunteer, Hank Newman, Receives National Award News

March 7, 2022 Henry “Hank” Newman, a volunteer with The Elizabeth Hospice, is the recipient of the National Hospice and…

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Navigating Through Your Loss on Valentine’s Day News

By Kathlyne Barnum, Licensed Marriage Family Therapist with The Elizabeth Hospice The Christmas tree has been taken down and the…

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How Grief Counseling Can Help News

Grief is a normal and healthy experience, but it does not mean it is an easy process. There are so…

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Keeping the Magic of the Season Alive After Losing a Loved One News

Kathlyne Barnum, LMFT, MA Clinical Counseling Program Supervisor The Elizabeth Hospice My parents had a strong desire to provide tradition,…

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Finding My People: A Teen’s Story on the Impact of Peer-Based Grief Support News

National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Pediatric E-Journal, Pediatric Palliative/Hospice Care, November 2021 By Samira Moosavi, CCLS Children's Group Coordinator,…

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Veterans honored at Sun City Gardens retirement community News

Veterans who are residents of the Sun City Gardens retirement community were recognized today with a special program sponsored by…

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The Elizabeth Hospice Featured in “World’s Greatest!”… TV Series News

The Elizabeth Hospice was selected by How2Media to be part of their popular television series, “World’s Greatest! …”. This thirty-minute…

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