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.
Shepherd’s Cove Hospice patient Jeff Dunfield and his wife, Amy, took the trip of a lifetime this year, thanks to SCH and the national Honor Flight Network organization. Jeff had wanted to visit the memorials and military attractions in Washington D.C. for years, but time and resources always prohibited it. After he was diagnosed with
Fear thrives on the unknown. That’s often what makes the end-of-life journey so scary – so much of it is unknown, unfamiliar. When we travel any other journey, whether it’s a new tourist attraction or the journey of marriage or parenthood, we seek guides. We look for advice from people who have been down that
The evening will be filled with activities to help you remember your loved one. As you drive in, you will experience the beautiful Lights of Love outdoor Christmas tree and the outdoor Field of Love luminaries. Each light honors the life of someone significant to friends and neighbors in the community. Inside the front lobby,
Our school-based bereavement services are kicked off each year with Camp HOPE, a one-day grief support camp for K-12 students that incorporates many “tools of expression,” including equine-assisted learning, crafts, music, outdoor activities and more. In 2015, Shepherd’s Cove Hospice expanded Camp HOPE to include a Spring camp open to the community that would incorporate