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Jim Southard hated to see anything go to waste. He lived quite frugally, but was very charitable, said his daughter, Jane Warren. He collected food for the Central Austin Food Bank, volunteered with Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, and delivered meals through Meals on Wheels. Jane said that of all the volunteer work he did, however, Hospice Austin held the biggest place in his heart.

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Hospice Austin’s Camp Brave Heart celebrated its 20th year of helping children by doing what it does best: laying the groundwork for healing by creating a safe and creative place for quiet transformations.

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Love in Action

Hospice nursing is some of the hardest nursing there is. It takes courage, compassion and the ability to anticipate and address both medical, emotional and spiritual pain. Most of all, it takes love. Lots and lots of love. Hospice Austin RN Debbie Cooper exemplifies the qualities that make all of our nurses so special.

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If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with a serious illness, the last thing on your mind should be financial strain. Fortunately, there may be resources available for you. The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers disability benefits for people in need, as well as their eligible dependents.

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I’m not sure if you know how important Hospice Austin’s Camp Brave Heart is to grieving kids and their families, but allow me to share with you a beneficiary’s point of view. For my family, the value of Camp Brave Heart was enormous. In August of 2015, my wife, Mara, died suddenly in the middle of the night. Our four kids were 8, 10, 12, and 14. We were shattered by her loss, but I swore to myself that I would raise the kids to be happy and to live fulfilling lives.

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