Is grief from a distance our newer “new normal”?

By arhospice on March 27th, 2020

Guest Blog by Simone Brock, Arkansas Hospice Bereavement Specialist “Services will be private due to State Mandated Restrictions concerning COVID-19.” This is the latest closing line in Arkansas obituaries. Last Sunday, I read that Italy is no longer being allowed to hold funerals, and as a bereavement specialist and non-practicing funeral director, I felt a […]

Grief during the holidays

By arhospice on November 25th, 2019

The holidays are often thought of as joyful times of the year, filled with sights and sounds of seasonal cheer. Yet for people struggling with the death of a family member or other loved one, the holidays can be a difficult time. The season may be full of reminders of the loss in our lives. […]

Puppy Love: Therapy Dogs Brighten Days at Arkansas Hospice

By Scott Christian on June 7th, 2019

At Arkansas Hospice, every volunteer plays a part to help care for those facing serious illness and loss. But only a select few do so on four legs

Arkansas Hospice Foundation brings author to radio program.

By arhospice on April 19th, 2019

“What the dying learn about living at the end of life is their gift to us in the midst of life.” If you missed hearing Dr. Kathleen Rusnak’s last week on the radio, be sure to listen online. Our friends at Arts & Letters Radio say that her insights ‘will change your world view, forever.’ Those of […]

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