Caregivers are tasked with the important duty of providing support and encouragement for the patients as well as themselves.
In the United States alone, millions of people provide support and care to ill or impaired loved ones including parents, spouses, children, and non-relatives. Special care is necessary for those who live with limited physical, mental, or cognitive abilities. We would like to take a moment and say THANK YOU, to all of those in our communities and/or our own High Peaks Hospice Caregivers who assist others on a daily basis.
HONOR YOUR CAREGIVER TODAY.
Honoring them is easy, complete the form below and we will add them to our Caregiver Honor Board
By using this form you agree that HPH can use this information for public relation purposes.
Honor Your Caregiver Donation Form
We invite you to share your story and honor your caregiver. All donations are appreciated and will be used to support High Peaks Hospice’s caregivers in their role.
Benefactor ($1,000 )
Lisa Bolton, RN, High Peaks Hospice Honored by Craig and Barbara Meade
Patty Romanko, LPN, High peaks Hospice Honored by Victoria Lloyd
Helping Hand ($50)
October 10, 2020
Hospice is an invaluable resource that allows people to spend their final days with as much comfort and dignity as possible. Hospice workers…Read more
Hospice is an invaluable resource that allows people to spend their final days with as much comfort and dignity as possible. Hospice workers are very special people! Thank you!!
HPH has had the privilege to walk alongside those facing difficult life changes for over three decades.
During this pandemic we remain at your service! We continue to accept new patients in support of your Health, through your Preference, as your Hospice. Call us at 518-891-0606 for more information.