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Beth, whose mother had been cared for on our service, decided that she and her family would like to help others for Christmas. We knew just the family.

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Gael Gracia used to have to leave his father, who has ALS, alone for over 8 hours at a stretch when he went to work. That all changed when the family was accepted into the Austin American-Statesman's Season for Caring program.

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We want to let you all know about an exciting new relationship Hospice Austin has forged with the Moyer Foundation that will impact Camp Brave Heart. About a year ago, we heard about the Moyer Foundation and their Camp Erin program and were intrigued because the mission for the camp sounded so similar to Camp Brave Heart.

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The seemingly unrelenting tragedies of hurricanes and mass shootings is enough to batter the spirit,  re-open wounds from past losses and deepen fresh ones. And now the holidays are approaching, making a hard time even worse.  For people who have suffered the death of a loved one, the holidays are a constant and painful reminder […]

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In honor of National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, please join Hospice Austin to watch the riveting film “Defining Hope” on Wednesday, Nov. 1 at 7 pm at Regal Arbor 8 Cinema ~ 9828 Great Hills Trail. “Defining Hope” weaves the stories of patients with life-threatening illness — and the nurses who guide them — […]

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