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Hospice Of The Valley E-News, February 2012


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The following comes to us from Susan Levine, Executive Director of Hospice of the Valley:

New TV commercials begin airing this month for Hospice of the Valley! They feature testimonials from diverse individuals, none of whom are actors. All have a personal connection with Hospice of the Valley. They include a biker, a Hispanic family and one of our physicians who has experienced hospice care as a son and as a professional. Broadcast celebrity Hugh Downs, who served many years as our public spokesman, will continue to have a presence in the rotation of commercials. Please let us know what you think!

Other exciting goings-on at HOV include:

AAHA! auction goes "Mad"

Join us March 3 for a "Mad Men" inspired evening when Hospice of the Valley's signature fundraising event, "AAHA! An Auction of Heirlooms and Art," takes a 1960s turn inspired by the hit television show. No one worth their fedora hat or stiletto heels will want to miss out. Proceeds from exciting auction items - ranging from artwork to fun getaway trips - benefit Hospice of the Valley patient care. Click here for more details and to register by Feb. 27.

Helping Hand Run on Feb. 19 benefits HOV

The 4th Annual Helping Hand Run, sponsored by the Alpha Kappa Psi chapter of Arizona State University, will take place Sunday morning, Feb. 19, at Kiwanis Park, 5500 S. Mill Ave. in Tempe. Registration opens at 8 a.m. with the event starting at 9 a.m. All proceeds from this 5k/10k fun run benefit Hospice of the Valley. For more details and to register, click here.

Arizona Palliative Home Care receives grant for telehealth pilot project

Arizona Palliative Home Care (AZPHC), a program of Hospice of the Valley, has received a $15,000 grant from the Armstrong Family Foundation to conduct a four-month telehealth pilot project. Telehealth -- the use of technology to deliver healthcare services at a distance -- holds promise for improving quality of care and reducing healthcare costs. Telehealth technology enables healthcare team members to communicate remotely and in real-time with instant access to important medical information. Read more.

Congestive Heart Failure Program improves lives

February is American Heart Month, a time to consider Hospice of the Valley's Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) Program. CHF is the end result of most heart disease. Our CHF Program supports individuals through the different stages of this illness, providing education and resources to patients, families, caregivers, group home and assisted living staff. Learn more.

Thank you for supporting Hospice of the Valley.

Sincerely,

Susan Levine

Executive Director

Hospice of the Valley

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