Families guiding a loved one through the end of their life are still receiving comfort, medications, and assistance through hospice and palliative care. The needs in our valley don’t stop for a pandemic. Continue to show your support of Compass Care programs and services at Virginia Mason Memorial by giving to The Memorial Foundation today Read more about Guiding a loved one through the end of their life…[…]
The gift of comfort. Compass care services are reaching more people than ever. Because of your support, more licensed social workers support all of our palliative and hospice patients and their family caregivers who are struggling to cope with the uncertainties and fears of an extended or terminal illness. Cottage in the Meadow has more rooms Read more about Hospice in Yakima[…]
Two workshops to be held Tuesday, April 7 Does your physician know what medical treatment you want – and don’t want – in the event that you’re in an accident or diagnosed with a terminal illness? Does your family know your wishes? Five Wishes is a living will that makes your wishes known. It’s user-friendly Read more about Memorial offers education and training on advance directives[…]
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Living with Loss—an 8-week discussion-based course working through the book Understanding Your Grief: Ten Essential Touchstones for Finding Hope and Healing Your Heart. Cost is $20 for book/materials, payable on the first day of class Tuesdays from 6 – 7 pm at the Harman Center Beginning September 23 Contact Memorial Hospice at 574-3670 to register Read more about Grief recovery groups beginning this fall[…]