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Texas Non-Profit Hospice Alliance, providing quality hospice care throughout Texas
We're an organization of independently owned hospices dedicated to providing quality end-of-life hospice care. Our members average more than 20 years of expertise and commitment to the communities they serve.
Texas Non-Profit Hospice Alliance updated their website address.
The leadership and guidance of the Texas Non-Profit Hospice Alliance is outstanding! Thank you Kristi for all that you do!
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North Texas' oldest volunteer, 105, doesn't plan on slowing down
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What a lovely tribute, both to Kim and to our nurses. Thank you.
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HEART FOR HOSPICE 💜 Show your support of Hospice of Wichita Falls!
Heart for Hospice - Hospice of WF Join us Friday, February 9th at 7:00pm for Heart for Hospice! Heart for Hospice is a night of music to support Hospice of Wichita Falls with the Nashville based acoustic duo “Steve Smith & Tim May”. The event is underwritten by Dr. Brian and Nancy Hull. Tickets are available by phone at (940) 69...
Hospice Brazos Valley : About Us : News
Hospice Brazos Valley : About Us : News 2017 is in the books. We look back and smile, grimace, laugh, or perhaps cry. Thankfully, we're still here. And there's no reason why 2018 can't be our best one yet.
Good news from Home Hospice of Grayson, Cooke & Fannin Counties. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Hospice of South Texas!
It’s time to share the good news!
We are CHAP certified!!
CHAP, Community Health Accreditation Partner, grants CMS “deemed” status which holds Hospice of South Texas to a higher standard than state and federal regulations. We strive to provide the best level of care and remain committed to quality.
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Our Dornburg Center of Compassion’s first snow ❄️
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A patient's wife who died in June came to Hospice Austin's Christopher House today along with her husband's GSDM co-workers to get the garden into shape. They worked so hard and brought plants for the garden as well. It looks simply beautiful. Thank you so much for your thoughtfulness and generosity!
Big thanks to La Bodega Baja Taco Bar and Café Eccell for choosing Hospice Brazos Valley to win the “All Hero’s Don’t Wear Capes” office breakfast taco contest. The hospice care team absolutely are heroes that don’t wear capes and they loved the surprise treat before leaving the office to go care for patients. The breakfast tacos and queso were amazing!
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Join us for “Surviving the Holidays” on Nov. 16 at 7 pm « Hospice Austin The seemingly unrelenting tragedies of hurricanes and mass shootings is enough to batter the spirit, re-open wounds from past losses and deepen fresh ones. And now the holidays are approaching, making a hard time even worse. For people who have suffered the death of a loved one, the holidays are a c...
November is Hospice, Palliative Care Month
November is Hospice, Palliative Care Month
November is Hospice, Palliative Care Month This month, hospice and palliative care programs across the country are reaching out to raise awareness about their services.
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Hospice of South Texas’s beautiful new facility is helping this Texas Non-Profit Hospice Alliance member provide the best care available in their region.
Ever wonder what our new inpatient facility is, where it is located, or what services we provide?
The Dornburg Center of Compassion is a 12 bed inpatient facility centrally located in Victoria on 1005 Mallette Drive. We provide short-term intense palliative care for our patients and unlimited visiting hours for their families and friends.
Please call the office at (361) 572-4300 if you have any questions.
"Don't count the days, make the days count."
Join us in celebrating Hospice and Palliative Care Month all of November by sharing your personal stories with us to be featured on our page.
Please send to [email protected].
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There is a very sweet lady who is a patient at Hospice Austin's Christopher House. She has always loved the angel that is used as a Christmas decoration in her condominium's lobby every December. When her friends at the condo learned she was at Christopher House, they brought the angel to her room here to watch over her. ❤️
The October 2017 class of brand new Houston Hospice volunteers. Thank you!
Know someone grieving the loss of a loved one? The First Steps group is taking place tonight in Bryan at 105 N. Sterling from 5:30pm-7:00pm. Connect with others and learn about available resources. It's free and open to the public. Looking forward to hosting you!
Join us in congratulating Jo Beth McGuill Whitlow for obtaining her Certified Family Nurse Practitioner License! JoBeth has worked as an RN with Hospice of South Texas for 12 years. We love our JoBeth!
Texas Non-Profit Hospice Alliance updated their business hours.
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Hospice Brazos Valley : Get Involved : Community Events : Holiday Wreaths Fundraiser
Cindy Morehead, Community Educator helped residents at Heritage Plaza Nursing Center make Turkeys out of paper sacks. It's Fall Y'all 🦃
Join us! Nurses get 1.25 free contact hours!!
She lay dying from cancer as Harvey flooded their home. So her husband went to plan B
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Community Partners « Hospice Austin
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Announcing our Standard Bearer for 2017: Erik Secrest!
Years before our organization began a conversation about the RIGHT way Standards of Behavior, Erik was living out those characteristics day after day. For almost 20 years, Erik has served at the “heart” of Hospice Austin’s Christopher House as the Unit Clerk. In this role, Erik serves not only the staff but also patients and families. He’s the one people go to when they need information or help—and in this capacity he has the finger on the pulse of day-to-day activities.
He greets families as they arrive, handles incoming telephone and email messages, responds to patients when they call for help, keeps staff and volunteers informed of new admits, prepares charts, helps with schedules, and completes more tasks during each of his shifts than could possibly be named here. As he completes these duties, he exudes a positive, hospitality-filled attitude in both words and actions. Erik is collaborative and brilliantly creative, and he consistently works to improve the environment around him in both big and small ways. He is dependable and honest and you know that the decisions he makes are always ones with integrity and quality patient care as the intention. Erik is exceedingly clever and knows instinctively how to brighten the day of staff with puns and well-placed jokes. You know that you have come to a place that celebrates LIFE when you come to Christopher House and see Erik’s smile and hear his laugh. He is the perfect person to help quell and disarm the fear and uncertainty that accompany patients and families when they arrive. And he does it all while working in a fish bowl that can also be a pressure cooker!
It’s impossible to select one story for Erik because his unique set of talents means that new stories are constantly being generated. Erik’s gift of presence in his position helps keep the staff and families at Hospice Austin’s Christopher House on an even keel during the course of his shifts. Ask any person on staff and they will tell you that they have a better, lighter, and more satisfying day when Erik’s shift intersects with theirs.
We have a fireplace in the living room at Hospice Austin’s Christopher House where people can warm themselves on cold days. When Erik is here, the hearth moves over to the Unit Clerk desk, and people are warmed by his beautiful, welcoming spirit. Erik makes us proud to be part of the Hospice Austin team!
Thank you, Erik, for shining your beautiful light of Respect, Innovation, Gratitude, Honesty, Teamwork…and so much more…onto everyone you meet!
Craig Way uses voice to support Hospice Austin
Craig Way uses voice to support Hospice Austin The ‘Voice of the Longhorns’ only missed one Texas football game. It was the day his wife, Laurie, died after a long battle with cancer.
Introducing our second nominee for Standard Bearer of the Year, Kristin Santiago!
Kristin Santiago is a Social Worker on the Purple Team. She is very dedicated to her job, position, to her team. She is thorough and timely with her visits, information, and care. She is professional and always listens with empathy, always asks if there is more she can do, thanks her patients and families for allowing her the privilege of working with them. She is calm and sincere. She has a beautiful heart and shares that with everyone she meets. Kristin is always willing to lend a hand, making hospital visits when that is needed, going out of her way to be a team player. Kristin recently helped with a patient who was 36 years old, the mother of 2 daughters. The 16 year old was the primary caregiver. Kristin visited often and befriended the young caregiver so that she could ease her load and comfort her in her pain. Kristin also talked with the husband in Spanish, won his trust, and was a true help to him and his family. She is of priceless value to Hospice Austin.
Thank you Kristin for embodying Respect, Innovation, Gratitude, Honesty, and Teamwork!
Over this week we will be sharing a little about each of the six people nominated as Hospice Austin’s Standard Bearers for 2017.
Here is a little bit about your first nominee, Director of Quality Christina Remus, from the colleague who nominated her:
"Christina Remus continually exhibits a positive attitude. She is a thorough teacher who can focus on the needed learning and give a solution based on the most current information in ways that are collaborative and flexible. She does this with respect, understanding, and the highest integrity. Even when Christina has to redirect or correct someone in a skill or task she had directed previously, she never does this in a way that demeans them, but is kind and encouraging. If she doesn’t know the correct answer, she will quickly find it. Her personal standards exceed the high behavioral standards of Hospice Austin because she embodies the greatest values any of us could hope to strive for."
Thank you, Christina, for showing us what Respect, Innovation, Gratitude, Honesty, and Teamwork looks like every day!
To borrow the words of a poem by Jan Richardson, our staff are the bearers of light in unbearable times. They are the heart of the care we provide to our patients and families. For the past year, Hospice Austin has engaged in an internal campaign that illustrates that heart through our RIGHT way Standards of Behavior that emphasize Respect, Innovation, Gratitude, Honesty, and Teamwork.
Our staff nominated six employees as Standard Bearers of the Year who embody these qualities. They include Christina Remus, director of quality; Brian King, nurse practitioner; Nikki Hudnall, visit nurse; Kristin Santiago, social worker; Peggy Stoll, chaplain, and Erik Secrest, unit clerk at Hospice Austin's Christopher House. Over the next week, we will tell you a little bit more about each of them, as well as announce Hospice Austin's Standard Bearer of the Year!
We are so proud of all of our staff and the hard and sacred work they do. It is an honor and a privilege to accompany patients and families on their final journeys, and an honor to work alongside each and every one of our staff, who bear the light every day.
Blessed Are You Who Bear the Light
Blessed are you
Who bear the light
In unbearable times,
To its endurance
Amid the unendurable
Who bear witness
To its persistence
When everything seems
Blessed are you
The light lives,
The brightness blazes --
An altar where
In the deepest night
Can be seen
The fire that
Shines forth in you
In unaccountable faith,
In stubborn hope,
In love that illumines
Every broken thing
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