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.
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.
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
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
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
The Crater Community Hospice board and staff are planning an exciting year of events to celebrate our 20th anniversary. Beginning in September 2014, numerous events will mark this occasion. The signature event will be the grand auction and gala on April 25, 2015. Visit our site often for details of upcoming events.
Join the Crater Community Hospice team of walkers on Saturday October 18, 2014 at Richard Bland College at 8:30 A.M.
To join our team or to support our team with a donation, go to www.alz.org/walk.
Spread the word; recruit team members from your church, gym, work, civic group, etc.
The Crater Community Hospice Thrift Shop officially opened its doors on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 in the formerly vacant space of our building at 3916 South Crater Road. Since that day we have welcomed hundreds of shoppers looking for great bargains. And they have found them! Thanks to the generosity of our community, CCH has received countless donations of goods to be sold in our shop. From furniture to knick knacks, kitchen goods to jewelry, from baby items to formal wear and wedding gowns plus shoes, books, movies, rugs, lamps, toys, mirrors, wall art, sports equipment —- items too varied and numerous to mention them all — it’s all here in the CCH Thrift Shop.
Come visit, shop at your leisure and get to know our Thrift Shop staff, Karen Sadler, Store Manager, and her assistant, Apryl Cox. We also have several talented and very dedicated volunteers who work our store, accepting and logging in donations of items, cleaning and prepping and merchandising displays. Our shop is open every Tuesday through Saturday from 10AM – 5PM and our stock changes daily. If you don’t see what you want today, come back again — that special something you are looking for might very well be found in our store today. Karen and her staff accept donations of merchandise from noon until 4PM on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Remember, all proceeds from the sale of items in our Thrift Shop are used to fund Crater Community Hospice’s services to families in the local communities. Visit the CCH Thrift Shop today and help support your community hospice, providing high quality care in your community since in 1995.