Category Archives: Island Hospice in the News

MeMa’s Babies Mission: A Help for Those with Alzheimer’s

The daughters of a former Island Hospice patient, moved by how positively their mother responded to being given a baby doll, formed a nonprofit to collect money to purchase dolls for Alzheimer’s patients at Oxton Place, an assisted living facility in Savannah, Georgia. Two of our Island Hospice employees, Debbie Feliciano, RN, and Ken Sharpe, Spiritual Counselor, got involved as well. Together they raised over $2,000 for MeMa’s Babies Mission.

These actions caught the attention of the Spirit Newspaper of Pooler, Georgia. Continue reading

Island Hospice “Purple People” Spotted at Beaufort Water Festival Parade

Our Island Hospice “Purple People” were spotted at the 2015 Beaufort Water Festival Parade on Saturday, July 25th. Thank you to everyone who came out to support Island Hospice and the Beaufort community!beaufort_water_festival_parade_20150725 Continue reading

Island Hospice Is the Talk of the Town

 

Tina Haney Scarborough and Tebow, who is in training to become a pet therapy dog, appeared on WHHI-TV‘s Talk of the Town to talk about Island Hospice and our focus on quality of life.