Lights of Love

November 20, 2018 shepherdscove
In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, Shepherd’s Cove Hospice invites you once again to spend an evening remembering loved ones you have lost at our annual Lights of Love event. Lights of Love is a special evening of remembrance, a time to reflect on traditions and happy memories of family and friends
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A Veteran's Trip of a Lifetime

November 13, 2018 shepherdscove
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
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Unmasking the Villain of Death

November 7, 2018 shepherdscove
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
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Hospice Care: myths vs. facts

March 15, 2018 panik
The thought of hospice is difficult and can be overwhelming. End-of-life care is a topic that is not easily discussed and is typically not thought about until needed. There are also many myths and misconceptions about hospice care. Hospice focuses on caring, not curing, and in most cases, care is provided in the patient’s home.
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Making wishes come true

August 14, 2017 panik
Most people have made a wish, but the wish of a someone with a terminal illness is significant because it could be their last. The Shepherd’s Cove Foundation supports Shepherd’s Cove Hospice and the Palliative and Supportive Care Alliance (PSCA). Both organizations provide comfort care for patients with a terminal illness, focusing on adding as
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