National Healthcare Decisions Day

National Healthcare Decisions Day is observed annually on April 16th and is aimed at increasing the number of Americans who have completed an advance directive (“living will”), in which they name the person who will make medical decisions for them in the event they are seriously ill or injured and can’t speak for themselves. Experts say only about 20-30% of Americans have completed an advance directive even though all people age 18 and older should have one.

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Celebrating National Volunteer Month 

April is the month we recognize our Volunteers and our Volunteer Coordinators. Hospice is an awesome benefit, and Volunteers make the difference between an average hospice and one that adds life to every day.

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Grief Support

Hot Springs, Arkansas: Grief is unique to each person it touches. With support from others who have grieved, we hope to find a common understanding. We anticipate the moment when we are brave enough to share our thoughts with someone who has also grieved, and they nod, smile and understand and we know that we are not alone.

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We Do...Forever & Always

On Monday, March 11, 2019, Mr. and Mrs. Una Mae and Eddie Lee McClellan renewed their wedding vows at the Happy Valley Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, a long term care facility located in Malvern, AR. The ceremony was officiated by Pastor Joe Robert McClellan, Eddie’s older brother (87 years young). The couple asked daughter, Arlene and her husband Jim Andersen to be their Matron of Honor and Best Man.

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Volunteer

Join a group of truly amazing people in your community who are giving their time and talents to create better days for hospice patients and their families.

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Speak With A Nurse

To speak with a Registered Nurse about palliative and hospice services, locations, or to schedule an appointment, call the Clinical Responsiveness Center at (501) 558-4100 or toll-free at (844) 558-4100.

Make A Referral

Hospice Home Care would be happy to speak with you about palliative and hospice services for yourself or a loved one.

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Comfort and peace on the end of life’s journey

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Facing the end of life can be hard. Facing it alone, in the absence of family, friends, financial resources and qualified caregivers, is even harder.

The Tribute of Life Foundation believes that everyone deserves to complete their journey in a warm, clean bed, surrounded by people who care deeply about meeting their medical, social, emotional and spiritual needs. Through our 'No One is Alone' initiative, we are committed to funding two beds in the Comfort Care Center for people who could not afford it otherwise.

To learn more about the Foundation, or to partner with us financially, just click one of the buttons below.

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