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    A Caregiver's Grief: How to Embrace Hope

    H – Hold
    O – On
    P – Pain
    E – Ends

    I like this acronym for Hope. There is nothing more final or emotional than the death of someone you loved. No matter how unexpected or predictable, death shakes us to the core. Memories of your l...

    Most people think about grief as something that we experience after a death has occurred. Did you know that grief is also something we experience when we anticipate a loss? This kind of grief is called “anticipatory grief.” It is a natural process through which our hea...

    Make plans now to join Community Hospice & Palliative Care Thursday, Dec. 7 for an annual tradition, the Tree of Life and Candlelight Service of Remembrance on our Earl B. Hadlow Center for Caring campus, 4266 Sunbeam Road in Jacksonville.

    Now in its 27th year, Tree of...

    November 7, 2017

    Just weeks after my brother turned 22 while deployed to Mosul, Iraq with and Army Infantry unit, he was wounded by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) while on a combat mission. The explosion resulted in war wounds that he is still living with today.

    During James’ reco...

    November 7, 2017

    We asked our speakers from September’s “Caring for the Military/Veteran Caregiver” conference the following question:

    “How is the Care of a Veteran or Military Member Different from that of a Non-Military Member?”

    Here is what they said:

    What makes military caregiving uni...