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Cynthia Wolff

Yolo Hospice: Are you in unfamiliar territory? Call us

I have always loved Mary Engelbreit’s cards and messages, especially a card that shows a person coming to a fork in the road with a sign post showing two pathways. The person has chosen the path marked “Your Life.” The sign for the other pathway — “No Longer An Option.” This picture has resonated with me […]

January 18, 2015 | Posted in Columns | Tagged ,

Yolo Hospice: Volunteers are inspired by hospice patients

Many are drawn to become hospice volunteers because they experienced firsthand the care and compassion shown to their families by volunteers. A volunteer joined Yolo Hospice after seeing her father and cousin benefit from hospice services. Our patient care volunteers are valued members of the Yolo Hospice team, offering care and support to patients and […]

August 17, 2014 | Posted in Columns | Tagged ,

Yolo Hospice: A blessing in a family’s time of need

This week we had the privilege of participating in the UC Davis Retiree Resource Fair on Thursday, held on the campus and expertly coordinated with the community by Sue Barnes and her staff. It is always gratifying when people stop by our table and tell us what a blessing Yolo Hospice was in their time […]

July 20, 2014 | Posted in Columns | Tagged ,

Yolo Hospice: Making connections and raising awareness

By Cynthia Wolff Yolo Hospice participated in the Senior Fair on Tuesday at the Davis Senior Center, which offered an opportunity for flu shots, blood pressure checks and general wellness information. A number of people stopped by our table to say thank you and related stories of their experience of hospice, some from other states […]

October 20, 2013 | Posted in Columns | Tagged ,

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