No Veteran Should Die Alone

Tuesday, July 04, 2017 | Agape Staff

No Veteran should die alone. Agape Hospice is committed to end-of-life care. We have earned our stars and are honored to be part of “We Honor Veterans” a national awareness campaign directed by the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) in collaboration with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Approximately 680,000 Veterans die in the United States each year. Many Veterans are not enrolled in VA and may not be aware of end-of-life services and benefits available to them, including the Hospice Medicare Part A Benefit.  Agape Hospice is prepared and privileged to serve those who have served our country. We know freedom is not free and we do not forget the sacrifice of those who served. Go to AgapeHospice.com for answers to your questions.

 

Theresa C. Younis, CEO, Agapé Hospice

I wish to express sincere appreciation for the highly professional Hospice Care provided to my wife Elizabeth Dianne Jones. May 10 thru July 5, my dear wife of 71 years received excellent care provided by Cheryl, Dee, Jennifer, Don, Dave, and Fran. Our daughter Diana and I are grateful for the provision of personal care, supplies and the smiles and hugs provided to us. The greatest blessing of all is that my Dianne did not suffer. Her pain was managed quite well and on July 5th she with us by her side transitioned into the loving arms of our Lord Jesus at the 3:30 p.m. hour. Thank you for being there for us. God Bless You each and every one.

Curtis Jones, Jamestown, SC