#BURNBRIGHTNOTOUT

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The theme of this year’s Counseling Awareness Month  is #BURNBRIGHTNOTOUT and serves as a reminder to hardworking counselors to offer themselves the same care and attention they give to others. When you get the self-care you need, you’ll burn brighter, reach higher and last longer – this is true not only for counselors, but for […]

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April is National Counseling Awareness Month

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  We join with  American Counseling Association (ACA), in celebrating April as Counseling Awareness Month to advocate for the profession and honor the hard work and effort counselors give to those they serve. By focusing on the positive impact counselors have on both personal well-being and overall community health, we also seek to encourage anyone […]

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A call to the community

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Across the nation, healthcare providers are facing a shortage of available personal protective equipment (PPE). And Casa de la Luz is no exception. Our local hospice providers are facing increased challenges as we seek to provide care to our patients and families while also protecting our frontline staff. The Casa de la Luz clinical team […]

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Response to coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Ensuring continuity of care for our patients, maintaining the safety of our staff and volunteers and providing ongoing support to our local healthcare partners is of utmost importance to Casa de la Luz. For several weeks we have been refining our response plan for infection prevention and control based on guidance from the CDC and […]

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From the Skies to the Rodeo Grounds

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  Inspired by all of the rodeo activities, we seized the opportunity to celebrate our patient LaNaeh Petersen – a woman who wore many hats, including a Stetson. LaNaeh’s daughter Stacey Harris, raised by “the smartest person I know”, remembers her childhood fondly. A single mother, LaNaeh taught Stacey by example how to be fearless, never […]

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Between Friends: A Quilt of Valor for a Neighbor

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Recently, Catalina-resident Pattie Abbott presented a very special camo-themed quilt to US Marine Corps veteran Cruz Lemos in honor of his service to our country. When Pattie saw that Cruz, her neighbor and close friend of twenty years, went onto hospice, she decided to give his family more than just her time and attention. Pattie […]

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