Earlier this year we embarked on scheduled renovations at our beautiful Hospice House only to find lots of expensive issues! Our patients and their families, our staff and volunteers, our contractors and vendors have been remarkable as we work to quickly repair extensive water damage, paint all walls, replace all carpeting, and much, much more.
Employees using the family kitchen as a makeshift nurses' station
We are committed to keeping our community's Hospice House open - it is the only one available for our friends, neighbors and families throughout the four counties we serve. Your gift today can help ensure its future! 
A donation of any size is greatly appreciated. Simply  click here   to make a gift securely online (being sure to specify Hospice House appeal) or call our Foundation at 912.629.1055.  Local artists who wish to donate bright, framed, original pieces may contact Beth Logan at 912.629.1043.
YOU Are Invited!

Please join us in celebrating the achievements of 2019 and in welcoming incoming members and officers for the Hospice Savannah, Inc., Steward Center for Palliative Care, and Hospice Savannah Foundation, Inc. boards. 
8:15 to 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 24 
at the Plantation Club  at The Landings. 
Life 201 Begins Tomorrow Evening
A new five-session support series runs Thursday, March 5 through April 2 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. and offers an opportunity to examine and process your grief after the death of a loved one.

Incorporating trauma-informed body awareness techniques of deep breathing, chair yoga, and meditation; guided imagery and music therapy; and tools for compassionate self-care and self-awareness, Life 201 is facilitated by Full Circle Grief & Loss bereavement counselors and volunteers, our certified  music therapist, certified massage therapist and our StoryKeeper. To register, or for m ore information about these free classes, please call  at 912.303.9442.
Compassion For Those With Dementia
Our CEO (L) & co-workers Erin & Marvin before entering the simulation lab
Dementia Liveā„¢ Is a high-impact simulation experience that immerses participants into life with dementia, resulting in a deeper understanding of what it's like to live with cognitive impairment and sensory change.  We want all our employees to have this empathy-building experience, plus our Edel Caregiver Institute will bring it to the staff at Savannah Commons and to family members at Morningside of Savannah this month. 

To find out more about how our Edel Caregiver Institute can help you care for your loved one with dementia, please reach Jill or Elizabeth at 912.629.1331.
A Good News Story!
Click here to watch a sweet WSAV-TV story about one of our homecare patients and his kind and helpful FedEx delivery driver!

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