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Heroes for Hospice

Monday, May 20, 2019

Back in August 2011, Jeff lost his father, Ward Whelan, to an eight-year battle with cancer. More recently, Karli Ritter lost her grandfather, Ken Chandler, to a three-year battle with cancer in July 2013. Looking to give back to the community both decided on starting a 5K run/walk to benefit the local hospice charities that … Read More

Honoring Our Veterans at Midland Care

Friday, May 17, 2019

Midland Care often has the privilege to care for Veterans and their families. The staff at Midland Care recognizes that Veterans and their families have offered a unique kind of sacrifice to our community on a local and national level for many generations. One of the unique challenges for our military families can include a … Read More

Joanie’s Garden during Celebration Walk

Thursday, May 2, 2019

At Midland Care’s Celebration Walk there is a little known location that is a very special place for contemplation and memorializing your loved one.  This special place is Joanie’s Garden.  It is located in the enclosed courtyard of Building A (the main administrative building).  You will see welcome to Joanie’s Garden signs on the south … Read More

Celebration Walk at Midland Care

Friday, April 26, 2019

Every May finds people remembering their loved ones who have died.  This practice dates back to the 1800s when the focus was mainly on remembering those who died while serving our country.  To this day we have a federal holiday, Memorial Day, specifically designated to remember those who died while in military service.  Many people … Read More

How Babies and toddlers Experience Grief

Thursday, April 11, 2019

How Babies and Toddlers Experience Grief Many adults think that since babies and toddlers lack an understanding of grief, they will also have little or no impact from a death. Often, babies and toddlers experience anxiety due to the distress they pick up from the adults in their lives. In addition, if the person who … Read More

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Remembering Someone Who Has Died

Friday, March 22, 2019

Remembering Someone Who Has Died When the loss of a loved one changes your life you have the right to continue honoring that persons’ life through physical objects such as photographs, souvenirs, clothing, etc. This process helps the mourner continue their special relationship in a respectful and unique way. At Midland Care we help individuals … Read More

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Grief Support for Children, Teens and Their Adults

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Grief Support for Children, Teens and Their Adults When a family experiences the death of a loved one, everyone is impacted.  Many families find that each family member grieves differently and what works for one person doesn’t work for another.  Family Evening is an opportunity for all grieving family members ages 3 and up, to … Read More

Time by Scott Wasser

Friday, March 8, 2019

Over the past 24 years, a lot has changed; and yet some things remain the same. People will be sick, and some will die. When I first saw the ad for a nurse in the Ottawa Herald, I did not know what hospice was and what “they” did. After a little research on the subject, … Read More

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