We Honor Veterans partners demonstrate the diversity that exists among Veterans and those who serve them in a range of Veterans Day celebrations.
The UC Davis Hospice Team demonstrated the power and purpose of honoring loved ones before they pass by recognizing Gerald Pederson’s military service and commitment to peacekeeping.
In an emotional We Honor Veterans Pinning Ceremony, The Assisted Hospice Care Team of Phoenix, AZ recognized the military service of Ms. Patricia Lomax and her family.
Residential Hospice and Veteran’s Radio forge a connection and partnership united by their commitment to improving Veterans’ quality of life. Tune in on Sunday, October 29th to hear more!
Nominations for the 2023 We Honor Veterans Outstanding Program Award are now open! If you are an NHPCO member that is a Level 4 or Level 5 hospice partner, apply today. Learn more about the award and who is eligible.
This summer, Abby Sauer interned with We Honor Veterans. In this blog, she shares her experience interning at NHPCO and what she learned from hospice professionals.
June is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder month (PTSD), we gathered some helpful resources to help you understand PTSD.
Heroic Gardens and Angelic Health’s Women’s Vet-to-Vet Café partnered to educate and reduce stress for Veterans struggling with PTSD, anxiety, and depression through an activity about sowing plants.
The End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) – For Veterans Project, generously funded by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, has updated its curriculum so nurses learn how to provide better palliative care for Veterans with serious, complex illnesses and their families.
The South Haven Tribune reports that Memorial Day 2023 was a special day for five U.S. Military Veterans at Laurel Oaks of South Haven Assisted Living/Memory Care thanks to Caring Circle and Laurel Oaks.
Community Partner Genesis Heritage Center located in West Virginia, participated in the twelfth annual Military Veterans Appreciation Picnic hosted by Vietnam Veterans of America and Tri-State Chapter 949.
Thank you to all who completed this year’s survey! We have compiled the results and are happy to share them with the community.
Village Hospice honored an Army Veteran who served in WWII and the Korean War. He received 11 medals including 2 silver stars and a Purple Heart.