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The Value of Volunteering

By Diane Anderson, Cornerstone Hospice Volunteer Services Manager To the average person, having someone hold your hand, walk your dog... View Article

Considerations for Care of Veterans

Our nation has designated the month of November as the time when American’s recognize our nation’s veterans for their service.... View Article

Children Grieve Differently

By Kristen Nardolillo, LCSW, Cornerstone Hospice Children’s Bereavement Counselor Many intense feelings may accompany the experience of losing of a... View Article

How to Cope with Grief

By Reginald B. Riley, Ph.D., MSW, Director of Psychosocial Services Many intense feelings accompany the experience of losing a loved... View Article

Cornerstone SALUTES! Veterans

Cornerstone SALUTES! Cornerstone Hospice honors the services of our Veteran patients through the ‘Cornerstone SALUTES!’ program. We proudly conduct a... View Article

Youth Volunteers

Youth Volunteers Teens, ages 14 – 18, can provide companionship and encouragement to our patients; help out in our offices... View Article

Bear In Mind Program

Bear In Mind Program If you love to sew, Bear in Mind is a wonderful and rewarding project to be... View Article

Pet Peace of Mind Program

Pet Peace of Mind Program Pet Peace of Mind is a volunteer-based program designed to help keep our patients and... View Article

Bilingual Volunteers

Bilingual Volunteers Bilingual Volunteers are a necessity in our area, as we are centered in a melting pot of cultures.... View Article

Transportation Volunteers

Transportation Volunteers Our Transportation Volunteers can provide transport assistance for ambulatory patients, caregivers, or family members on an as-needed basis.... View Article