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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…

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CCH|Canton’s Six-Year Summer Celebration

CCH|Canton, MI – Come mingle with our outstanding team and enjoy appetizers and a chocolate fountain as you tour the office. Learn how we go above and beyond! Friday, July 25, 2014 from 2 – 5 pm. We will be offering many Information and Experiential Stations: Hand Massages, Manicures, Blood Pressure Checks, Music Therapy, Pulmonary Connections, Hospice 101. For more information and to RSVP…

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Catch CCH|Canton: Anticipatory Grief on blogtalkradio

CCH|Canton, MI – Tami Neumann, host of Conversations in Care, a channel on Blog Talk Radio, speaks with staff from CCH|Canton about “Anticipatory Grief.” This is grief that you may experience before a loved one passes away. They discuss good and bad coping strategies, why it is important for clinicians to be aware of Anticipatory Grief, and how to work through this stage successfully.

Joining Tami from CCH are: Ann Christensen, Bereavement Coordinator; Sarah Thiefels, Social Worker; and Kath Lathers, Pastoral Care. Click here to listen online!

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CCH|Branchburg Celebrates Falone for 10 Years Service

CCH|Branchburg, NJ – Please join us in thanking and congratulating Dolores Falone for being a CCH Volunteer for the past 10 ten years! Dolores has provided invaluable support and assistance to both the CCH|Sparta and CCH|Branchburg offices. Thanks for all you do, Dolores! 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 21 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).