News from Home Health United
News from Home Health United – March 2016
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In this Issue:
- Featured: Home Health United Named Best of Madison ● Join the March for Meals
- Your Stories: Home Health United Receives Hundreds of Donated Quilts
- Our Stories: Home Health United Awarded Partner Level Two by We Honor Veterans ● HHU’s Janesville Branch Earns Dementia Friendly Title
- Care Community: Senior Nutrition is Important to Health & Wellness
- Extras: Make a Difference – Volunteer ● Community Grief Support Groups Offered ● Camp GLOW Scheduled for Baraboo, Janesville & Platteville in 2016
- Donors: Make a Donation ● Your Donations Make a Difference ● Our Donors
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We are proud to add Best of Madison to list of accolades. Home Health United holds many other awards and accreditations recognizing our commitment to high quality, compassionate care.
Join the March for Meals
Please join Home Health United and Meals On Wheels America in the annual March for Meals, a campaign to raise awareness and encourage action on the part of local communities.
We asked and you answered. We have received some many blanket donations in response to a recent press release our hearts and our offices are now overflowing.
Home Health United Awarded Partner Level Two by We Honor Veterans
Home Health United is pleased to announce we have recently been awarded Partner Level Two status through the We Honor Veterans program and are already diligently working toward Level Three. Our goal is utilize the resources provided by We Honor Veterans to education our staff and volunteers in order to better guide Veterans and their families toward a better health outcome or more peaceful end-of-life journey.
Congratulations to HHU’s Janesville location on being recognized as the first dementia friendly home medical equipment store in Rock County!
Senior Nutrition is Important to Health & Wellness
Make a Difference – Volunteer
Community Grief Support
As part of Home Health United’s dedication to the communities we serve, we offer Community Grief Support Groups throughout our service area to anyone who has experienced a loss. Visit our website to see upcoming groups in your community.
In addition to groups for adults, HHU is proud to offer Camp GLOW, a day camp for grieving children in a number of communities in our service area. Coming in 2016 we will be holding Camp GLOW in Baraboo (August 6), Janesville (May 21), and Platteville (March 19).
The Home Health United – Visiting Nurse Service Foundation provides assistance across southern Wisconsin to those facing health related issues. When you make a donation, you are helping people living in your community who are recovering from serious illness or injury, families coping with terminal illness and grief, seniors dealing with hunger, and your neighbors in need through community programs.
There are many ways to give, and every gift, of any size, is greatly appreciated.
Thank you to our donors.