Old Colony Hospice News & Media Center
We are excited to announce that our President & CEO, Toni Eaton, has been selected by Magic 106.7 for their Exceptional Women Feature!!! This program features radio portraits of women who will inspire you. Magic 106.7 is the nation’s leader in
award-winning programming by and for women. Toni's feature aired Sunday,
June 4, 2017 at 7:30am. Click below to listen to this segment and hear Toni share her professional and personal story...you will be inspired! Congratulations Toni!
Ad on Magic 106.7 about our Memorial 5K Walk & Run!
Click below to listen to Toni Eaton, President & CEO and Mike Cruza, Director of Marketing, on the WRKO Boston.com Morning Show featuring Kim Carrigan!!
"Health Care Proxy Explained" - 9/5/17
"Old Colony Hospice Achieves Hospice Honors Elite Status" - 8/1/17
"Improving Quality of Life and Extending Life, with Hospice Care" - 7/11/17
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"Volunteering for Old Colony Hospice" - 6/6/17
Lorraine Shamon, Volunteer Coordinator explains the many volunteer opportunities at Old Colony Hospice and how it benefits our patients and their families.
"Opioid Use at End of Life" - 5/2/17
"Alzheimer's and Dementia" - 4/4/17
"19th Annual Memorial 5K Walk & Run" - 3/2/17
"Volunteering for Hospice" - 2/7/17
"Palliative Care Explained" - 1/3/17
"Heartwarming Stories" - 12/2016
"How we support Veterans at Old Colony Hospice" - 11/2016
"What is Hospice?" - 10/2016
Stoughton Media Access Corp (SMAC) - Community Forum with Old Colony Hospice - April 9, 2015
Interview with Linda Werman, Director of Philanthropy and Michael Cruza, Hospice Service Specialist regarding how Old Colony Hospice can help, FAQs and much more!
Our radio ads aired on WBZ 1030AM in early 2015!
It’s about our commitment to providing quality comfort care to our patients and their families.
Remember you have a CHOICE when it comes to who cares for your loved one. Ask for us by name!
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Old Colony Hospice would like to thank everyone who attended our 4th Annual Educational Symposium at The Lantana in Randolph last Thursday. Over 180 people enjoyed Maria Sirois' presentation on "The Resilient Life". In fact, the presentation was so great----we are planning to have Maria come back next year to present a new topic----stay tuned!! In the meantime, you can visit Maria’s website: www.mariasirois.com.
We would also like to thank our Dinner Sponsor, Rockland Trust and our Exhibitors and Vendors: Apothecare South Shore, Champion Rehab and Health Center, Devine Care, Inc., Hannah B.G. Shaw Home for the Aged, Hellenic Nursing and Rehab Center, Old Colony Elder Services, Signature Healthcare Vantage Oncology, Stoughton VNA, Kim Zee Creations, Mary Kay Cosmetics, Silpada Jewelry, Silver Fox Creations, Thirty-One, The Write Way, and Rosie's Place Women's Craft Coop. There was lots of great information and some wonderful holiday shopping for all.
Again---thanks to all who participated in this educational----and very enjoyable event!!
Maria Sirois, Psy.D. a licensed clinical psychologist and frequent keynote speaker and presenter on health and spirituality at businesses, colleges, hospitals and religious institutions. Her book is titled: Every Day Counts: Lessons in Love, Faith, and Resilience from Children Facing Illnesses.
November was the National Hospice and Palliative Care month. To recognize the importance of the services provided to loved ones at the end of their journey, the City of Brockton is hosting the Old Colony Hospice Memory Quilt memorializing loved ones.
Please take a moment to visit the 1st floor of city hall and view the display in the rotunda. The quilt will be on display from Tuesday, November 27th until Friday, December 7th.
Since 1979 Old Colony Hospice a licensed, non-profit, Medicare certified, accredited Hospice organization, has provided highly-skilled, pain and symptom management, meeting the needs of individuals with advanced illness, while compassionately assisting our patients and their loved ones in preserving dignity and quality of life.
This handmade quilt is a memorial remembrance that offers families and individuals the opportunity to remember loved ones by creating a 10" square memorializing their loved one. The squares are sewed together by volunteers to create an approximate 48" x 48" quilt. The quilt hangs from a dowel between two 5" wooden clothes racks.
Old Colony Hospice Announces 2012 Spirit of Hospice Award Winners!
The Board of Directors of Old Colony Hospice in Randolph, MA is proud to announce the recipients of our 2012 Spirit of Hospice Awards. This year’s recipients were Doris Sinkevich and Joyce Nolan who were honored at our Annual Meeting and Recognition Event on November 7th. The Spirit of Hospice Award recognizes individuals who have enhanced the compassionate mission of Old Colony Hospice, provided leadership to the outreach and work that we do, and/or brought distinction to our mission of service at the end of life.
Doris Sinkevich is the Chief Operating Officer/Chief Nursing Officer at Beth Israel Deaconess-Milton Hospital. She is a true advocate for hospice care and has been instrumental in helping Old Colony Hospice implement a Palliative Care Consulting Service in BIDMC-Milton Hospital. Doris is accessible, responsive, collaborative, generous and compassionate. The “human side of patient care” is what motivates Doris and distinguishes her as a health care professional and leader. Doris resides with her family in Wrentham.
Joyce Nolan, RN, has been a member of the clinical staff at Old Colony Hospice since 2007. Her sense of humor and compassionate care to our patients and families is well known. Joyce is also a wonderful mentor to the student nurses who train with us and she participates in many of our events. Most recently Joyce was the team captain of the “Hospice Hoofers” at our 14th Memorial Walk. Joyce resides with her family in Quincy.Old Colony Hospice is a CHAP accredited, non-profit hospice caring for 110 patients each day in 43 communities in Plymouth, Bristol & Norfolk Counties since 1979.
(from left to right: Joyce Nolan, Doris Sinkevich)