Creating Connections

Posted by Hospice by the Bay on Tue December 18, 2018 in Talking About Hospice

A social work perspective in connecting with medically complex children and families Amanda Hedrick ASW Connection is a large part of end of life care. Some connections are built, some are felt, and some have to be created. Connecting with non-verbal, non-ambulatory children is one of my biggest challenges and most rewarding experiences. Building rapport […] Read more »

Sew Amazing

Posted by Mark Clark on Mon July 2, 2018 in Volunteers

When you see the sheer number of sewn items that Carolyn Hammond creates for Hospice by the Bay, it’s impressive. But when you take a few minutes to appreciate the details that go into each cuddly doll, art activity kit or quilt, the love that she puts into her work shines through. According to Carolyn, […] Read more »

Holidays and Grief

Posted by Hospice by the Bay on Fri December 22, 2017 in Grief Support

By Deborah Schwing MFT, LPCC Grief Counseling Services Manager, Hospice by the Bay The holidays are often some of the most difficult times of the year for living with the loss of a loved one. Throughout the late fall and beginning of winter – weeks that comprise and lead up to the holidays – each […] Read more »

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