By arhospice on November 6th, 2020
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing, Arkansas Hospice’s “Committed to Veterans” program continues to honor those who have served our nation. In the week leading up to Veterans Day, Arkansas Hospice’s “Journey Van” will be canvasing the state in a series of socially distant ceremonies, along with other events to honor and remember those who have served.
With one of every four dying Americans being a veteran, Veterans Day is increasingly important each year in its meaningfulness as a time to remember our heroes. This includes not only veterans, but their spouses and our first responders. This year, there will be a reduced number of traditional ceremonies and gatherings that honor the memory and raise awareness of the needs of veterans and first responders. However, as the state’s largest, non-profit provider of hospice services, Arkansas Hospice will continue to recognize our veterans with these events while also practicing social distancing.
Monday, November 9th, 10:00 A.M. in Fayetteville
Veterans Day Presentation
Arkansas State Veterans Home at Fayetteville 1179 N. College Ave. Fayetteville, AR 72703
Arkansas Hospice will be presenting Veterans Day packages to 74 residents outside the facility on the top level of the southeast corner parking lot at the corner of E. North St and N. College Ave.
Buster McCall – Administrator (Arkansas State Veterans Home at Fayetteville) will be accepting Arkansas Hospice Honored Veteran pins and certificates on behalf of residents while observing social distancing guidelines.l distancing guidelines.
Tuesday, November 10th, 10:00 A.M. in North Little Rock
Veterans Day Presentation
Arkansas Hospice 14 Parkstone Circle, North Little Rock, AR 72116
Arkansas Hospice will be remotely presenting Veterans Day packages to 93 residents from the Arkansas Hospice administration building parking lot.
David Barker – Administrator (Arkansas State Veterans Home at North Little Rock) will be accepting Arkansas Hospice Honored Veteran pins and certificates certificates on behalf of residents while observing social distancing guidelines.
Wednesday, November 11th, 2:00 P.M. in Hot Springs Village
Veterans Day Pinning Ceremony at Cedar Lodge
Cedar Lodge 121 Cortez Road Hot Springs Village, AR 71909
Arkansas Hospice will be conducting a live pinning ceremony from outside the facility to honor its 64 residents who have served.
Arkansas Hospice Honored Veteran pins and certificates will be accepted by a representative on behalf of Cedar Lodge while observing social distancing guidelines.
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We are just starting our dad’s final journey and Arkansas Hospice has been a blessing. They’ve taught us so much already and provide as much support and comfort to the family as they do my dad. I’m grateful they’ll be walking this final path with us.
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I would not hesitate at all to recommend this provider for anyone who is considering hospice care for themselves or for a loved one.
Arkansas Hospice took care of my Mom before she passed. It was my first experience with any hospice and I was amazed. They took such great care of her. They treated her with dignity and respect until the end.
So many thanks for the way your staff treated my very dear friend, Jeff, as he raced toward the finish line. Words can’t express my gratitude for helping us to care for him and keep him comfortable. Top-notch professionalism and immediate responses to requests for assistance.