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hospice & palliative carecenter
Tuesday March 1st, 2016

Your Support Matters!

If you’ve ever been in the situation of choosing hospice care for a family member or loved one, you know that paying for the service is the last thing on your mind. Instead, you’re concentrating on keeping that person as comfortable and cared for as possible, and of course you want the very best environment for them in their time of need.
hospice map
Monday January 11th, 2016

Ask For Us By Name

Hospice & Palliative CareCenter has been providing quality, compassionate care to people with life-limiting illnesses  since its inception in 1979. As the first hospice organization in North Carolina, we have garnered a reputation over the years of being at the forefront of hospice care. And over the years our organization has grown. We now provide services in 13 counties, including two hospice homes, the Kate B.
hospice volunteer
Wednesday December 30th, 2015

Christmas Carols and Music Therapy

Music is a magical thing. Hearing a song that you love can immediately put you in a good mood, and even bring back memories. If you’re lucky enough to be able to play an instrument, it can be a big stress relief to sit and play, sometimes for hours on end. And while we’re not all Frank Sinatra or Doris Day, belting out your favorite songs really can help lift your mood. It’s no wonder then that music therapy has benefits for patients of all types, from children with autism to the elderly who might be suffering from symptoms of a Parkinson’s or dementia.
ginny b memorial
Tuesday October 15th, 2013

9th Annual Dot, Bob, & Ginny B Memorial Ride to Benefit Hospice

 9th Annual Dot, Bob, & Ginny B Memorial Ride to Benefit Hospice (All proceeds will benefit the Hospice & Palliative CareCenter in Winston-Salem)                                                    Explore the roads of the Piedmont with us to raise money in memory of Dot, Bob, and Ginny Ride will begin at Honda of Winston-Salem and end at Hanging Rock State Park
hospice winston-salem
Thursday July 12th, 2012

What is "assisted living"?

There are many options for seniors who no longer want to live at home. If an elder in your life is ready to let go of some responsibilities, she or he may be interested in assisted living.   Assisted living facilities (ALFs) are tailored to individuals with only mild health concerns. They enable residents who are relatively capable to be freed from chores such as meal preparation and housework. They also offer social opportunities. ALFs typically provide