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Grieving Children – Resources for Parents and Other Adults to Use to Help

Thursday, March 7, 2019

Children 12 and under often find comfort in books and grieving children are no different. Thankfully there are many available books that are written in an age appropriate manner that touch on different aspects of grief in a sweet, comforting and thoughtful way.  Midland Care has put together a list of our favorite books and … Read More

Internet Resources for Those Who are Grieving

Friday, February 22, 2019

The internet can be a wonderful resource for support and information in your grief journey. Unfortunately, a simple web search will yield so many links it can be daunting to know where to begin. The list below, presented in no particular order, represents some of the websites with comprehensive, up to date information for those … Read More

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Working with a Purpose

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Perhaps the most underrated desire of modern-day employees is the desire to work with a purpose. Many employees would be willing to give up fancy nap pods or office game rooms in exchange for fulfilling work. Unfortunately, in many companies, a sense of purpose is overlooked in today’s profit-focused world. Many employees feel that they … Read More

Recipes & Remembrances

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

When we think about food as a conduit of memories of those we have loved and lost, we are reminded of the flavors of life: sweet, savory, sour and bitter. Like a truly wonderful meal, a fully-lived life is an experience of all the flavors. Moments of sweetness give way to bitterness, and back again. … Read More

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Midland Care Mourns One of Our Own

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Midland Care Vice President of Compliance Harmony Hines died last week at the age of 54 following a long battle with cancer. Harmony has had of life of service and of caring. She epitomized her name. She graduated from Washburn University School of Nursing in 1987. With jobs at Memorial Hospital and then the Menninger Clinic. … Read More

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The Five Best Things about Being a Hospice Nurse

Monday, January 29, 2018

The Five Best Things about Being a Hospice Nurse By Myla Weakland, RN, BSN, CHPN, Senior Director of Hospice In the nearly five years that I have been working in hospice I can’t begin to count how many times someone has said to me “How do you do it?” or “It takes a special person to … Read More

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Findables Find: Vintage Lady Head Vase

Friday, January 26, 2018

We have another Findables Find! A generous donor has donated this vintage lady head vase, circa 1956. This is quirky find features a red hat, dress, fab eyelashes and faux pearls. She’s 5.25″ tall. How cute would this be as a Galentine’s Gift? Finally, something for all you head hunters out there. The kind of … Read More

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Findables Find: Chaim Gross Bronze Sculpture

Friday, January 26, 2018

We have a new Findables Find! A generous donor has donated this Chaim Gross bronze sculpture, signature and number inscribed. It is untitled, dated 1943, Size is 7″ high (including base) and 1.5″ wide. Chaim Gross (1904-1991) was an American sculptor and educator. Gross immigrated to the United States from Austria in 1921 at the age … Read More

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