Peace Pole at Kansas City Hospice House

This month we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the addition of the beautiful Peace Pole to the gardens at Kansas City Hospice House. The family of Marty O’Connor Ketteler commissioned this beautiful symbol of peace to stand forever in her...

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Getting more “bang” for your charitable donation “buck”

by Paul Dreher, Financial Advisor, The Retirement Planning Group For many people the holiday season is more than a time of thanks, gatherings, and celebration. It is also a time of finishing Required Minimum Distributions. Perhaps extra holiday cash is...

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UnSefie Kansas City Hospice

#UnSelfie for #GivingTuesday

Are you ready to UnSelfie for #GivingTuesday? Everyone has something they can do to make the world a little bit better, and today we’re celebrating the many ways our community of supporters give to support families served by Kansas City Hospice & Palliative Care! Join...

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Kansas City Hospice education

National Handwashing Awareness Week

[ebs_frame bgcolor=" #00b0cc" fgcolor=" #fffffff"]National Handwashing Awareness Week is December 1-7![/ebs_frame] by Gloria Soendker RN, Director of Clinical Services, Kansas City Hospice & Palliative Care Wash Your Hands Often to Stay Healthy You can help yourself and others stay healthy...

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hospice chaplain

Spiritual care in hospice

by Melissa Bowers, MA, MPS, Chaplain at Kansas City Hospice & Palliative Care Spiritual care is one of the three key areas of hospice care. Hospice addresses the whole person, providing care for the body, mind and spirit. Every family...

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Solace House

Head for the Cure supports Solace House

by Lisa Templeton-Farmer, Director of Grief Programs at Kansas City Hospice and Solace House. Head for the Cure events are community-powered fundraisers bringing the fight against brain cancer. Join us for the Head for the Cure 5K in Kansas City...

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music therapy

Music, memories and more

by Guest Blogger Rachelle Morgan, MA, MT-BC, Founder & Director Soundscaping Source Music, memories and more. Music therapy is about so much more than music. Our parents singing, that cute toddler dancing, and the radio in the car. The marching...

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Shattered Bowl Project – Art Therapy for Grief

By Denise Brown, MA, ATR -  Expressive Therapist & Grief Support Specialist at Kansas City Hospice & Palliative Care What does a shattered bowl have to do with grief? Imagine that the shattered bowl represents your shattered heart or your...

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Are you ready for Sunday Night Live?

A few words from Marny and John Sherman, Honorary Chairs, and Kim and Tom Curry, Event Chairs: We are excited to lead this year's Sunday Night Live, Kansas City Hospice's signature event, and ask that you partner with us to...

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Grief Support Children and Adults

When Families Grieve

A safe place for families to grieve & heal When families grieve they face unique challenges helping children understand, cope and heal. Family dynamics can further complicate grief. Plus, if a death is sudden or unexpected, families may have the...

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