Hospice Patient Advocates for the T. Boone Pickens Center – Living and Dying On His Own Terms

When 60-year-old Rick Czerwinski learned of the return of his cancer and his terminal diagnosis, he wanted to be fully informed about his choices and information about his proposed treatments….

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Faith Presbyterian Hospice held its first vaccination clinic on Jan. 28

Faith Presbyterian Hospice was among the first hospices in Dallas to become a certified COVID-19 vaccine distributer and held its initial vaccination clinic on Thursday, Jan. 28. “Our clinic was…

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Hospice patient gets Christmas in November as his Faithful Wish

On November 6, patient Alexander Diaz and his friends and family celebrated Christmas early as part of Faith Presbyterian Hospice’s Faithful Wishes program. The Faithful Wishes program fulfills special requests…

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To Have The Blues During The Holidays

To Have The Blues I am standing shocked in the middle of Home Goods surrounded by every possible knick knack, thingamabob, or gizmo aggressively reminding me that this is The…

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A Winter’s Night Reflection from Valerie Sanchez, Director of Bereavement Services

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. For some who grieve, who mourn, the traditions that brought joy are no longer the balm that can offer comfort and peace….

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Children’s Grief Awareness Day is November 21, 2019

Children’s Grief Awareness Day is a national campaign observed every third Thursday in November to highlight the needs of grieving children and the importance of providing support for them. Established…

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Where Do You Go When You Need to Tell Your Story?

Sharing our stories is healing. But you may find that just when you need support the most, family and friends may not be able to listen to your story as…

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Each Moment Matters Luncheon Announces 2019 Speaker

The Each Moment Matters Luncheon benefits the caring fund of Faith Presbyterian Hospice.  The first luncheon was in 2010 and this is the 10th anniversary celebration year.We are pleased to…

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Do Children Mourn?

Instead of talking openly about death, you often hear people tell children “They went to be with God.” “They went to heaven where they were needed.” “They’re sleeping.” Do children…

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