Hospice of CNY
RN Positions Open: What is it like to be a Nurse at Hospice?
Hospice of Central New York is in need of nurses. Over the past few months we have seen unprecedented growth as the need increases for quality terminal healthcare in Central New York. Michael Harders, is the Human Resources Administrator for
Make a Memorial Wreath in Honor of a Loved One
In what’s become an annual holiday tradition at Hospice of Central New York, it’s time to register for a unique grief help group activity. Bereavement Counselor Joyce Nevola, LMSW will be facilitating the “Make a Memorial Wreath” group on Monday,
Are You Ready for the Holiday Family Conversation?
The holidays bring together families and friends for festivities, feasting and fun. It’s a time for sharing not only the good times but to establish the relationships we as individuals rely on. These are the people who you rely on in
Hospice Grief Center Thankful for Generous Support
At this time of year, we take a moment to pause, and be thankful for all we have. Hospice Grief Center recently received financial support from Ballweg Lunsford Funeral Home to pay for the annual printing costs of our
A Great Finish for Hospice of CNY!
This past Sunday, we had some very dedicated friends run in the Syracuse Half Marathon on Team Hospice of Central New York. Kim Blomgren, Mara Pallatto, Sherry Jones, Tom Middleton, Holly Coolican and Raquel Patterson ran the tough 13.1 miles
Children’s Grief Awareness Day
Children’s Grief Awareness Day is this Thursday. It was established to help us all become more aware of the needs of grieving children. Hospice of Central New York recognized this problem years ago. It’s understandable when a family is focused
Honoring Those Who Served
November 11th is Veterans Day. Hospice of Central New York is honored to offer our unique care to these men and women. Through the national program “We Honor Veterans” of which we have been a part of since it’s
Charity Preview – Twice in one year – Twice a success
Charity Preview twice in one year, and we are twice as grateful. A change in date certainly didn’t sway our steadfast and loyal supporters of the Syracuse Auto Dealers Association’s annual Charity Preview. On Wednesday, November 1st, the OnCenter was
How Will You Make Someone Smile Today?
Grab your holiday shopping list and go to AmazonSmile to support Hospice of Central New York! Amazon Cyber Monday 2017 will take place on Monday, November 27th and will continue all week for the pinnacle of holiday shopping. There
Reflect, Remember, and Give
Taking the time to remember our loved ones can be so meaningful. There are many ways that we can share the legacy of someone we cared for. This Holiday Season, we invite you and your family to remember your loved
November is Hospice Month
It was a stroke of genius for the person who chose November as National Hospice Month. It’s close enough to the end of the year to start looking back and reassess what happened in the last 12 months of your
Hospice Podcast: NY Connects
As part of our series of podcasts about services offered by the Onondaga County Office of Aging, Host Bill Pfohl interviews Cathy DeMarzo who takes care of the NY Connects program. If you need information about long-term healthcare this podcast
Grief Yoga at Holiday Time
Sometimes something a little different can help. Many people who have already tried our Grief Yoga, really loved the new experience. During this holiday period how can a little fun, a little help and a little exercise hurt? The Hospice
Coping with Caregiver’s Grief
For some caregivers the journey is not over with the death of their loved one. A caregiver s grief may be very different because of the close relationship they had built with the person they took care of for weeks, months
Hospice Cares for Patients
Hospice cares for the whole person. We do treat the symptoms associated with your disease. We are experts when it comes to pain management. But there is more to hospice care than just that.
Responses to Death Loss: Grief is a Full Body Experience!
Grief impacts us in many different ways. Your grief will be uniquely yours and unlike the grief of others. This makes sense because your relationship with the person that died was unique. People often grieve different losses in very different
Hospice Podcast: Become a Volunteer!
Now that the days are getting shorter and colder many people have a little extra time on their hands and are looking to give back to the community. The Hospice of CNY Volunteer program is the perfect opportunity for people who
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I’m Considering the Hospice Option
I’m Considering the Hospice Option
Are you worried about how to take care of an aging loved one or a relative with a life-limiting illness? If you are concerned about healthcare for a terminally-ill loved one, ask your physician about the Hospice option. Hospice services can