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Amazon Donates When You Shop

Amazon will donate 0.5% of many purchases made at www.smile.amazon.com when you designate Crater Community Hospice as the recipient.
Smile.amazon.com is a website operated by Amazon that lets customers enjoy the same convenient shopping features as on Amazon.com.
The shopping experience is identical to Amazon.com with the added benefit that the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate to Crater Community Hospice.
Simply log on to www.smile.amazon.com instead of “just amazon.com” and type in Crater Community Hospice when asked to select a charity to have this option of a 0.5% donation on many purchases.
 
 
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Holiday Grief Support Groups

Crater Community Hospice Holiday Grief Support Groups

Join us to gain support from others who are in a similar situation and discover coping mechanisms and rituals of remembrance that will help you and your family through the upcoming Holiday Season. Click here for more details.

 

 

 

Volunteer Training 2014

CCH Volunteer Training for 2014 will be held Tuesday, December 3rd and Wednesday, December 4th 8:30 –  3:30, and Tuesday, December 9th, 2014 8:30 – 12:30.

Fall Memorial Service and Brick Dedication

gardenOur Fall Memorial Service and Brick Dedication will be held at the CCH offices on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 from 4:00 – 6:30 PM. Light refreshments will be served.

Please RSVP to 526-4300.

 

Five Ways That Hospice Helps

The vast majority of Americans say what they want at the end of life is to die in their own homes, as comfortable and pain free as possible. The hospice philosophy is about making sure that a patient’s death experience reflects their wishes. To learn the five ways that hospice helps to deliver this, click here.

Hospice makes more meaningful moments possible. Hospice is showing the world that hospice is about more than care for the dying. Hospice and palliative care can make more meaningful moments possible, even when a person is facing a serious or even terminal illness. To see the difference this person-centered care can make, watch these families’ stories.

Survival Skills for Healthy Aging – Help for Caregivers

Being a caregiver for an aging loved one can be challenging, and many do not know where to turn for help when they need it. Join us as Bill Humphreys with Crater Community Hospice shares information and resources for caregivers on Tuesday, November 11 from 3 pm to 5 pm at Dunlop House. Box dinner is provided. Space is limited! Please RSVP by November 7 to 804-520-0050. Dunlop House is at 235 Dunlop Farms Blvd. Colonial Heights.

Caregiver Support Workshop – Midlothian

Are you caring for a loved one diagnosed with a serious illness or dementia? Join us on Thursday October 2, 2014 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM  for a Caregiver Support Workshop and learn more about your role as a caregiver.  Free of charge and open to the community. Space is limited, advance registration is required. For more information go to ABC Caregiver Workshop.

Location: Always Best Care Senior Services

10810 Hasty Lane Suite 103

Midlothian, VA 23112

 

 

 

Adult Grief Support Group – Chester

Are you or someone you know grieving the loss of a loved one? Join us on Tuesday mornings September 2nd – October 7th from 10:30 to 12:00 noon at Bermuda Hundred United Methodist Church to gain support from others who are in a similar situation. You will discover coping mechanisms that will help you and your family through the unpredictable journey of grief. Free of charge and open to the community. Space is limited, advance registration is required. For more information go to Adult Grief Support Group.

Presented by Crater Community Hospice & J.T. Morriss & Son

 

Soup for the Caregiver’s Soul Workshops – Chesterfield

Four workshops for caregivers and families presented by The Chesterfield Council on Aging and the Chesterfield County Office of the Senior Advocate.

Join us if you’re caring for a loved one, or serve as a caregiver in the community.

For more information go to Soup for the Caregiver’s Soul