I became interested in becoming a volunteer with hospice after both my mother-in-law and father-in-law passed away. Both parents were able to stay in their own home during their last months of life because of Premier Hospice. Everyone affiliated with Premier is caring and dedicated to ensuring patient needs are met. They go above and […]
Cheryl has the ability to help clients avoid depression and anxiety, thanks to music therapy. She says a husband/wife duet began asking family members and neighbors to join in their music. Numbers grew each music therapy session. By Thanksgiving, 40 family members had rearranged their holiday schedule to participate in Cheryl’s music therapy session. They […]
It’s 5 p.m. and Mike is off to work for the day. Mike is a night nurse and part of the intake process for Premier Hospice Indiana, educating patients and their families on hospice services: counseling, medical services, and postmortem care. “It’s an important job because people often don’t like the word hospice,” says Mike. […]
A cancer walk to raise funds in Grant County, Indiana. What a great turn out, thanks Team Premier!
Sue & Chip greeted guests at a recent 50+ Expo in Bloomington. The 50+ Expo featured free health screenings, plus an expo hall filled with exhibitors with information about products and services for seniors and their families.
Looking for a career in home health? Check out our job listings on Indeed. Email your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org Seema’s favorite part of being an occupational therapist is the one-on-one patient care. “Premier uses technology that makes my life easier,” says Seema. “We can provide better patient care and be more efficient at work and […]
The last weeks have passed in a blur. However, one fact remains, Premier Hospice was a blessing to my little momma and to me. My prayers were answered through this journey because of your hearts for those passing from this life. There is no doubt you are all angels sent to us from heaven. Looking […]
Carmel Volunteer Amanda Baskfield won the Flanner and Buchanan Volunteer of the Month award for February. Amanda will be honored at a banquet next year.
Name: Vince Punzo Occupation: Professor of Psychology at Earlham College Hometown: St. Louis, MO Hobbies/Interests: I enjoy running, reading and am a big baseball fan. My favorite team is the Chicago Cubs and I’ve seen a baseball game at over 35 different Major League stadiums. What made you interested in hospice volunteering? I started teaching […]
“Still Music Within” written by one of our talented Music Therapists… In his last month of life, *Bob became very anxious, sensitive to touch, and began to withdraw. His ability to interact was diminishing. One day when I arrived, his eyes were half closed and drool was being tenderly wiped off his lips by one […]