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CCH|Atlanta Enjoys Painting with Patients and Residents

CCH|Atlanta, GA – Recently, CCH|Atlanta organized a fun, creative activity at one of the facilities where they have five patients residing.

Participating for CCH|Atlanta team were Volunteer Suguna Tadiparty, Hospice Aide Janie Strozier, and Volunteer Coordinator Akilah Charlemagne. They provided their patients, as well as other residents, with a variety of wooden items such as birdhouses, hearts, jewelry boxes and flower pots to paint with bright water colors.

The residents were all smiles and several commented how much fun that they had doing something they hadn’t done in years! The group enjoyed spending this time together. The activity really did highlighted how even spending a little time with someone can make a big impact on their day! More…

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CCH|Columbia Wants You to Meet Boomer and Turtle

CCH|Columbia, SC – CCH|Columbia, proud of its pet therapy program, wants you to meet Turtle and Boomer! Turtle is a Chocolate Labrador and Boomer is a Chesapeake Bay Retriever. More…

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CCH|Canton Celebrates Six-Year Summer Celebration

CCH|Canton, MI – CCH|Canton’s Six-Year Summer Celebration was a great hit! Many thanks go out to Volunteers Carol Parkinson, Caitlin Berdijo, and Hwa Kwon who helped make the event so special for all who attended. More…

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CCH|Atlanta Volunteer Appreciation Celebration

CCH|Atlanta, GA – On Monday, June 16, CCH|Atlanta held their Volunteer Appreciation Celebration. The event, which had a luau theme, celebrated their amazing volunteers. In attendance More…

Welcome to Compassionate Care Hospice!

Compassionate Care Hospice is a community based organization committed to providing the highest quality of end of life care to patients, their families and close friends throughout 22 states.

The Compassionate Care team strongly embraces the philosophy that end of life care is so much more than just treating the symptoms of a disease. Treating the spirit and soul are equally important in allowing a terminally ill patient to die in peace and allow those left behind to be supported through their grief.

 

 

We are proud to be accredited by CHAP (Community Health Accreditation Program).