A Summer Evening of Hope & Remembrance
Are you coping with the loss of a loved one? Join us for our live virtual event, A Summer Evening of Hope & Remembrance, to honor and remember the memory of those we have lost.
6 ways to help you heal after the loss of a parent
Losing a parent can be a complicated grief journey. For Father’s Day, HopeHealth Grief Counselor Diane Lambert offers some advice to help you heal.
Q&A: Hospice aide Audrey Thomas goes above and beyond with care
National Nursing Assistants Week, which begins June 17, honors essential health care workers like HopeHealth Hospice Aide Audrey Thomas, CNA, whose dedication and professionalism helps hospice patients and families make the most of every day.
Memorial Donations Express Love, Support Community
Edye De Marco’s choice to name HopeHealth a beneficiary of in lieu of flowers donations in memory of her husband made a lasting impact.
Hospice Care Team Remembers Quiet Grace, Gentle Spirit of Gray Prior
HopeHealth hospice care team members received many blessings during the time they spent with Gray Prior during visits to the Jepson Lane Group Home. “She brought out the best in everyone.”
How Technology Helps Speech Therapy Patients in Pandemic
During Better Hearing & Speech Month, speech language pathologist Joni Hodges talks about using apps to adapt to working with her home care patients during a pandemic.
Nursing as a second career: How four HopeHealth nurses found their way
Meet four HopeHealth nurses who found their way to a rewarding career and never looked back.
An Occupational Therapist in Smallest State Looks at Big Picture
Occupational Therapy Month celebrates OTs like Elizabeth Barr, who helps HopeHealth patients do the things they want and need to do to maintain independence and reach their goals.
Volunteers return to pre-COVID-19 roles … but don’t call it a comeback
HopeHealth volunteers adapted to virtual roles after the pandemic hit last year. Now they’ve started coming back to in-person volunteering — just in time for National Volunteer Week!
New York Times asks HopeHealth about grief after COVID-19
A return to normal after Covid-19 might not be easy for people coping with grief. Our grief support expert urges empathy and understanding for others as society opens up again.