Everyone deals differently with the loss of a loved one. When a person suffers a loss, they can experience a deep sense of grief that often is hard to overcome. The bereavement process can include a wide range of emotions and occurrences for the bereaved, so it can be hard, as a friend or family […]
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Your mother has been ill for some time and treatment just isn’t working the way you want it to. You know she is not living the best life that she can in her remaining days, and you would rather her focus on family and friends than her illness. You heard that hospice is a potential […]
If you’ve ever had to care for an aging family member, friend, or loved one, you’ve probably experienced a fair bit of stress from time to time. Your heart beats a little faster, your breaths becomes a little shorter, and you worry about the next steps to take or if you’re providing the proper care. […]
It’s never an easy time when a family member falls ill. You might worry for their welfare, or perhaps you feel a sense of grief. It’s normal to experience a wide range of emotions, and everyone expresses them differently. If anyone understands that well, it’s the nurses that care for those sick loved ones and family […]
Celtic Home Health is proud to honor 15 Utilization Review Team members who recently achieved National Certification as Experts in ICD-10 Coding from the Board of Medical Specialty Coding and Compliance (BMSC). Congratulations to Connie Cope, Chris Fine, Mindy Henry, Angie Jones, Larissa Kampwerth, Machelle Kueker, Pat Kulak, Teresa Neal, Gail Nelson, Sheila Palmer, Kelly […]
Hospice volunteers are remarkable people who give of themselves and their time in a variety of ways. They brighten a day with a phone call or a card and provide administrative and clerical support. They say a prayer, hold a hand and give a hug. Apply today!
Celtic Hospice has many volunteer opportunities available. Whether you are looking to help a patient in need or assist in our office, we welcome you to become a valued member of our team! We want you!
Linkey Green and her Celtic Therapy Dog, Mac, joined up with Chaplain Arlene Dunn and Volunteer Coordinator, Donna Miller to distribute patriotic gifts to patients and Veterans in 2015! The red, white and blue was displayed proudly by all who received the gifts.
Ember is a six-year old French Bulldog and has been an active volunteer therapy dog just prior to one year of age. A year ago Ember became a Celtic Pet Therapy dog. In her time off from therapy work, she goes hiking and geocaching with her owners, enjoys agility for fun, and loves learning new […]