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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

  • Sip Shop 2015

    Upcoming Events

    Sip & Shop Need a new sun dress or a Mother’s Day gift? Stop by J. McLauglin for the perfect fit and 15% of proceeds will be donated to Delaware Hospice.

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  • Jazz Brunch 2015 Thanks

    Thank you to our Jazz Brunch guests and sponsors!

    A special thank you to presenters Fox & Roach Charities, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Fox & Roach Realtors, and The Trident Group, the Jazz Brunch honors the memory of Barbara Santoro, a former manager for Prudential, Fox & Roach. Event sponsors include Christina Health Care System, …

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    Staying Close to Family and Friends

    It is so hard these days to stay connected to family.  And when someone is under hospice care, they desire more than ever to reconnect or grow even closer to their loved ones. They want to make the most of every moment they have, savor …

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  • Volunteer Orientation

    New Volunteer Orientation

    Volunteer Orientation session will be held on Tuesday, May 12th. Delaware Hospice volunteers help out in many ways, including telephone check-up calls, fundraising event organization, and patient and family visits. Special opportunities are available within the Volunteer RN Program for retired, unemployed, and underemployed nurses. …

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