Care with Shepherd’s Cove Hospice is not about death but rather about providing every person peace and comfort as they near the end-of-life journey. Our team is here to support each person to live each day fully, and enjoy precious moments with loved ones. This support extends to family members as Shepherd’s Cove Hospice helps them cope with their own unique emotional and spiritual concerns. Care is provided in the patient’s home, whether that home is a long-term care facility, assisted living facility or private residence.
Founded as a hospice agency, Shepherd’s Cove is familiar with end-of-life issues. In that, we realize these issues do not end at death. Each loss leaves behind loved ones who face another difficult journey: grief. No one should have to face that journey alone. The path of grief can be arduous for adults, much less
Heroes surround us every day. Shepherd’s Cove unmasked several real life heroes during the first ever Hospice Heroes Breakfast Jan. 24 at Progress Rail Services auditorium. With stories of hope during illness and triumph over grief, we gathered with more than 100 people to celebrate the strength of people who care for terminally ill loved
Please join us on February 7 for a night of fun, fellowship and fabulous food! Beer and wine tasting, heavy hors d’oeuvres, entertainment and more! Tickets are $30 and can be bought at www.shepherdscovehospice.org/heartofhospice.
Did you know that the Race to Remember helped Shepherd’s Cove Hospice teach positive coping skills to more than 400 grieving children last year in 65 different schools in North Alabama? As we prepare for our 14th annual race on April 27, 2019, you are invited to be part of this worthwhile cause. Please join