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Caregiver Resources
Caring for the Caregiver, Caring for Yourself

More than 33 million Americans care for an ill or elderly loved one. There is no one-size-fits-all solution. It's important to reach out for help when you need it and remember you are not alone. Learn More

Our Services
Do You Need Hospice?

Are you or a loved one "ready" for hospice care? How do you know when the time is right to call? No one can see into the future, but here is a list of questions to ask yourself or the person for whom you are caring. Learn More

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Mark Ribbins on Ames Family Hospice House

Mark Ribbins shares how the team at Hospice of the Western Reserve Ames Family Hospice House provided support and care to the whole family, particularly his 9-year-old daughter.

 
The Gift of Care

Create and share my bucket list. Write my biography, my words of wisdom and my funeral plans to share with family & friends. Free site for recording your life.

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Giving Back
A Helping Hand, A Helping Paw

Therapy dogs are good medicine and our therapy dog program is supported with donations to the annual fund. Consider making a gift today, because sometimes the helping hand our patients need is really a paw. Learn More


 
Our Services
Home for the Holidays

The holidays can be hard on those who are living with an advanced illness. Most people prefer to stay in their own homes. Hospice of the Western Reserve can make that happen. We’ll come to you and provide high quality, comprehensive care in your own home, so you and your family can spend the holidays together. Learn More


Walk to Remember 2017

Save the date! Walk to Remember returns to Cleveland Metroparks Zoo on June 11, 2017. More details coming soon.


Winter Support Groups

Grief support groups are free and open to the community. Groups are held at various locations throughout the region.  Learn More