“I hate all calendars. Why do we have to have them?!” – Bereavement group member It’s true, calendars can feel cruel to grievers sometimes. Birthdays, wedding anniversaries, and especially Thanksgiving and end of year holidays—each can feel like scabs pulled off a wound. So many of us at HCS [...]
11th ANNUAL BUTTERFLY RELEASE Cathedral of the Pines June 16 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm Butterfly Park June 23 10:00 am to 6:00 pm (by reservation) HCS WILL BE HOSTING THE BUTTERFLY RELEASE IN TWO LOCATIONS. Home Healthcare, Hospice & Community Services (HCS) is collaborating [...]
Dr. Lisa Leinau, Hospice at HCS Medical Director, was recently voted by her peers as a 2022 Top Doctor and was recognized in the March issue of New Hampshire Magazine. Dr. Leinau has been the Hospice at HCS Medical Director for over eight years, and is board certified [...]
Celebrating Deficiency Free Surveys for HCS Home Care and Hospice Dear HCS Colleagues, Community and Loyal Supporters, After significant delays due to COVID 19, State of New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services conducted two onsite surveys in close succession (late December and early January) to assess [...]
To Make a Hospice Referral to HCS... Fax orders and referrals to 603-357-2545. Hospice informationals do not require an order. Hospice evaluations do require an order. Palliative Care NP requests do not require an order if patient is currently an HCS patient. Please contact [...]
We were blessed with a gorgeous day for our sold-out 10th Annual Butterfly Release Event on June 10th. We had over 220 visitors to the Butterfly Park to release their butterflies. The Families that participated were so grateful for having the opportunity to come together to celebrate the memory of their loved ones. [...]
The 10th Annual Ceremony of Remembrance & Gratitude will be held on Thursday, June 10 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Reserved time slots will be offered to allow for social distancing. The event is held in Butterfly Park, located at 320 Marlboro Street – next to the HCS Parking lot. Wheelchair entrance via Bartholomew Court.
Hospice at HCS will offer a “Grief and the Holidays During COVID-19 Pandemic” bereavement support group this holiday season. The holidays are often a very difficult time for those who have experienced the death of a loved one. This year, changes related to the pandemic will add to the stress of grief and loss. This group will meet to provide support and coping strategies.