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Hospice Austin Standard Bearer Peggy Stoll

Introducing our fourth nomination for Standard Bearer of 2017:  Peggy Stoll! Peggy is always respectful of others.  She listens carefully, thoughtfully, and never interrupts people who are talking to her.  She is a life-long learner and is always recommending books that can help us in our work and life.  She constantly expresses gratitude for the work that others on her team are doing with patients and families.  

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Hospice Austin Standard Bearer Brian King

Our fifth nomination for Standard Bearer of the Year:  Brian King! Brian is known to all as being ready to serve, not just our patients, but also his co workers and other staff, as well as our partners in clinical service delivery.  It is impossible to find a standard of behavior that Brian does not exemplify.  His approach with everyone is to honor them by his words and actions.  You can’t help but feel valued by the implicit appreciation he conveys.

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Hospice Austin Standard Bearer Nikki Hudnall

Introducing our third nominee for Standard Bearer of 2017:  Nikki Hudnall! LVN Visit Nurse Nikki is always respectful and has a positive attitude.  She advocates for patients with passion and determination while being gentle in her approach.  She looks for new information that will be helpful to her patients and colleagues as well as efficient ways to share this knowledge. 

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Hospice Austin Standard Bearer Kristin Santiago

Introducing our second nominee for Standard Bearer of the Year, Kristin Santiago! Kristin Santiago is a Hospice Austin social worker.  She is very dedicated to her job, position, to her team. 

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Hospice Austin Standard Bearer Christina Remus

Over this week we will be sharing a little about each of the six people nominated as Hospice Austin’s Standard Bearers for 2017. Here is a little bit about our first nominee, Director of Quality Christina Remus, from the colleague who nominated her.

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Bearing the Light

To borrow the words of a poem by Jan Richardson, our staff are the bearers of light in unbearable times. They are the heart of the care we provide to our patients and families. For the past year, Hospice Austin has engaged in an internal campaign that illustrates that heart through our RIGHT way Standards of Behavior that emphasize Respect, Innovation, Gratitude, Honesty, and Teamwork.

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Happy Birthday, Camp Brave Heart!

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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Qualifying for Social Security Disability Benefits

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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Not just surviving, but thriving — thanks to Camp Brave Heart

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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Finding a Way Through

How do you get over losing a child? You don’t, according to grief therapist Jan Phillips. “You can get through it, but getting over it is impossible,” she said. Jan speaks from experience. Her 17-year-old son, Ian, was killed in an accident overseas while on a summer trip with People to People International. At first she was angry with the organization and its chaperones, then with God. “Why him, this child who had so much promise?” she wondered. “And why me?”

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