Cylie Strong

By arhospice on June 20th, 2023

On a stormy June afternoon Arkansas Hospice Vice President & Chief Philanthropy Officer Kimberlee Kirkman and the Arkansas Hospice communications team joined the Hot Springs Area Office clinical team for a special visit with a special patient. At first glance, Cylie appears like any other girl her age. She loves basketball, summer camp, her friends […]

Arkansas Hospice volunteer shares her story on national radio program.

By arhospice on March 1st, 2023

Thanks to Carol Garrett for sharing how Arkansas Hospice benefited her family while caring for her husband, Tom, on this insightful radio program. “As soon as we made that connection to Arkansas Hospice, they immediately came out, they assessed our needs, and they met our needs,” said Carol, who is now an Arkansas Hospice volunteer. […]

A Veterans Day Reflection

By arhospice on November 28th, 2022

On a peculiarly normal day, so normal that I can’t remember anything else about it, I sat with my grandfather in his den. As we watched an indiscriminate television program, the announcer’s voice boldly declared, “Leaders aren’t made, they’re born!” My grandfather, who I suspected was napping as he often would while watching television, rose […]

A fighting spirit: Reflections of an inspiring 9/11 paramedic

By arhospice on July 12th, 2022

Arkansas Hospice patient Rebecca “Lynn” Luscomb knew long ago that she was meant to help people. That’s why she became a paramedic – and why she went to New York City in the aftermath of 9/11.

Kickball, kittens, and a lifetime of service

By arhospice on March 24th, 2022

and in my young heart, I knew that, in order to make change, you have to be the change. The best way I could see doing that was in nursing.”

A wild dream comes true

By arhospice on June 7th, 2021

A special wish to see a favorite animal came true when an Arkansas Hospice pediatric patient was treated to a private visit with Phoenix the penguin. On a sunny Saturday in late May, a sweet girl named Sanari and her family enjoyed a private meet and greet with Phoenix at the Little Rock Zoo’s Penguin […]

A Parade of Kindness takes a journey across Searcy to Judsonia

By arhospice on May 29th, 2020

The Arkansas Hospice “Journey” van made its way to White County, leading a “Parade of Kindness” as it delivered Cards of Kindness for the residents of three area facilities. First responders joined the parade, and local clergy, including two Arkansas Hospice chaplains, shared words of encouragement and comfort upon delivery of the cards. Area EMS/first […]

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

A Stitch In Time

By arhospice on April 11th, 2018

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – On a March afternoon, the sun shone brightly on the Arkansas Hospice River Valley Home in Russellville. Inside, a patient prepared to be interviewed about how he spent his life helping others, thanks to his sewing skills, while carefully preserving enough energy to work on his final project. A native of Honduras, […]

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