Hospice care can be a hard thing to talk about for anyone; but when I did research on one of our clients, Serenity HospiceCare, I knew I had to feature this amazing company.
Serenity is different than other hospice care companies for many reasons; but to me, their passion and dedication is something to recognize. I had the chance to interview their Director of Marketing, Chelley Odle, about what makes Serenity unique and special, and it didn’t take long to find out.
At Serenity, they really go the extra mile for the patient and their entire family. They have trained volunteers that help support the family in their journey by offering support and companionship throughout the entire process.
“At Serenity HospiceCare, we care for the whole person and the whole family, rather than the disease itself. The patient and the family receive the full benefit of hospice when we have months to develop relationships and get pain and symptoms under control so the family can spend quality time together and maybe have some conversations that they couldn’t have otherwise.”
On top of family and grief support, Serenity goes a step further by providing spiritual services for their patients as well. No matter someones religious beliefs, or how they define their spirituality, a “Spiritual Care Provider” is there to provide more comfort and strength as they take on this delicate time in their lives.
Something else you may not know about Serenity…they are a 501(c) (3) Non-Profit Organization, so with the help of donations they can provide this amazing care to people who really need it. This also means Serenity will not turn anyone away who is in need of their services. Excuse me while my heart melts a little bit.
To help support their amazing efforts, visit their Donations page.
During such a tough part of life, it’s easy to see that Serenity can make that time the most it can be, and the easiest can be. “The best part of my job is observing the relationships that our staff makes with our patients and their families. It makes me proud to work for a company that has our patients and their families’ best interest at heart.” Says Chelley.