Stories

A Decade of Dedication: Meet Tera and Alice

A Decade of Dedication: Meet Tera and Alice

  November 25, 2019

  One of the most precious commodities we have in life is time. During an average week, we give 40 hours or more of our valuable time to our job. The fortunate are able to combine their career with their passions and interests. The blessed hear a calling to non-profit-based…

For Love of Country: Retired Chief Petty Officer and Corpsman John Keeney

For Love of Country: Retired Chief Petty Officer and Corpsman John Keeney

  November 11, 2019

Retired Chief Petty Officer and Corpsman John Keeney died on August 4, 2019. On July 24, 2019, Homeland Hospice honored John for his remarkable courage and sacrifice for our country. We share this article to honor John’s legacy. “When I returned from active duty in Vietnam, I was greeted by…

Homeland Hospice ‘Guitars, Gifts & Gratitude’ Celebrates 10 Years of Compassionate Care

Homeland Hospice ‘Guitars, Gifts & Gratitude’ Celebrates 10 Years of Compassionate Care

  October 31, 2019

Reprinted with permission by PennLive.com Homeland Hospice nurses, aides, and volunteers enter homes with respect and even appreciation for the responsibility entrusted to them. All staffers truly believe they have been given a gift – the gift of precious time with families experiencing a loved one’s last days. Now, Homeland…

From Caregivers to Friends: The Big Four

From Caregivers to Friends: The Big Four

  October 16, 2019

It started with a song and ended with a tribe of four. “The Big Four,” as they like to be called, met when Pat Taksen’s husband, Arne, received Homeland Hospice care from 2016 to 2018. An Army veteran, Arne died on September 11, 2018, a day of remembrance in our…

Mother and Daughter Share Memories and Milestones

Mother and Daughter Share Memories and Milestones

  July 30, 2019

  At 97 years young, Frances Shoop has a keen mind filled with memories of milestone adventures and beloved family moments. Frances lives with her daughter and caregiver Louetta Romberger in Millersburg. The two enjoy looking through family photo albums of the past, and cherish frequent visits from Louetta’s grandchildren…

The Most Vital of Signs

The Most Vital of Signs

  July 15, 2019

By guest writer and Homeland Hospice Nurse, Helen Haddick. This article is republished with permission from Helen’s blog From Saving to Sending, Hospice Isn’t Just About Dying. Prior to becoming a Hospice Nurse, Helen’s journey included ten years of being a Med Surg, ICU, and Perianesthesia Nurse. >>> As nurses,…

Events

Bereavement Six Week Support Group

Bereavement Six Week Support Group

July 12, 2022
2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Homeland Hospice Office, 2300 Vartan Way #270, Harrisburg

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The Social (Bereavement Event)

July 29, 2022
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Giant Foods Community Room, 3301 Trindle Road, Camp Hill

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Homeland Hospice 5K and Memory Walk

Homeland Hospice 5K and Memory Walk

October 22, 2022
8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

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