This Moment – A reflection by: Susan Morgan

| By Stacy Alameda

     Recently in one of our staff message forums the question was posed, How do you find peace in times of stress? Share your suggestions for keeping calm, practicing self-care or finding joy. I’ve enjoyed  reading everyone’s responses – there’s such a wonderful variety of things we all do to sustain ourselves and practice self-care. […]

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Happy Nurses Appreciation Week!

| By Meredith Ford

We’re switching it up this week so we can take a moment to say thank you to all of the amazing hospice nurses out there! We have an amazing team of nurses who demonstrate compassion and dedication every day to their work.

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Get to Know…Nicky Baker, Volunteer

| By Meredith Ford

Editor’s Note: This column features people who keep things running behind the scenes and those who are on the “front lines,” providing care to our patients. All of the Casa employees and volunteers have been asked to answer five questions. The first three emphasize their hospice care work and the last two give you just […]

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Handmade Crafts Comfort Patients & Volunteers

| By Meredith Ford

Written by Peggy Valley, Casa de la Luz Volunteer The Casa de la Luz “Helping Hands Knitting & Crochet” group has been a blessing to me these past six years.  What I most love about our amazing patients is they provide much more for me than I am able to give them.  I have learned […]

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Get to Know…Barbara Curtis, CNA

| By Meredith Ford

Editor’s Note: This column features people who keep things running behind the scenes and those who are on the “front lines,” providing care to our patients. All of the Casa employees and volunteers have been asked to answer five questions. The first three emphasize their hospice care work and the last two give you just […]

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Get to Know…Callene Bentoncoury, RN, Administrator

| By Meredith Ford

Editor’s Note: This column features people who keep things running behind the scenes and those who are on the “front lines,” providing care to our patients. All of the Casa employees and volunteers have been asked to answer five questions. The first three emphasize their hospice care work and the last two give you just […]

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