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Improving Quality of Life for People Living with a Serious Illness

Living with a serious illness can impact every part of your life as you cope with not only the physical changes, but also the emotional and spiritual effects. If you or a loved one are facing a serious illness, Delaware Hospice can help in so many ways. We offer a vast range of expert guidance, care and support. Every day, we help people facing serious illness live with comfort and dignity. Our care is focused on improving quality of life. By helping patients manage their illness, we help them regain days that are more fully lived.

Delaware Hospice, a Trusted Community Partner for 30 Years

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    Upcoming Events

    Instead of trying to take on the parking lots and the crowds why not try AmazonSmile for Mother’s Day? When you shop at AmazonSmile, you’ll find the exact same low prices on gifts, vast selection, and convenient shopping experience, with the added bonus that Amazon …

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    Explore A Career in Hospice! We are looking for individuals who want to excel in their work experience. Delaware Hospice is an organization where you can make a significant impact on people’s lives. Join our team today.  

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    National Healthcare Decisions Day

    April 16 has been designated a National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD).┬áThe National Healthcare Decisions Day Initiative is a collaborative effort of national, state and community organizations committed to ensuring that all adults with decision-making capacity have the information and opportunity to communicate and document their …

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    New Hope Celebrates Life at First State School

    New Hope a service of Delaware Hospice works with grieving children and teens every week. This week was no different as the New Hope Counselors walked into First State School on the Wilmington Christiana Care Campus. Just a week ago, one of their students passed …

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