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Hospice of the Upstate

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Hospice of the Upstate was founded from the vision and energy of community leaders for the benefit of the Upstate SC community. Over the past 27 years, in response to community demand for services, we have provided leadership in developing hospice-certified staff, opened the state’s first inpatient hospice house, and pioneered the integration of electronic medical records and telephony to decrease response time to patient needs. Through the Sadler Bereavement & Education Center, community and family members are offered: • Grief Support Groups • Children’s Outreach in home and in school • Workplace Grief Education/Support • Advance Directives Planning • Hospice Volunteer […]

TCC Publishes 2014 Annual Report

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The Carolinas Center’s New Strategic Direction

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The Carolinas Center’s Board of Directors has set the organization on an exciting new strategic course. As a result, we are rebranding with a new name and image that more accurately reflects our mission and the work we do on your behalf.

The strength of The Carolinas Center is rooted in our newly adopted mission: “Promoting excellence in care of people living with advanced illness through high quality palliative, hospice and end of life care”. In order to ensure that all people with advanced illness will have access to high-quality palliative, hospice, and end of life care […]

Can He Remember My Name? Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me

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CNN’s airing of the documentary Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me revealed an intimate and touching glimpse into the decline of a beloved public figure. Mr. Campbell’s courage to be public about his journey with Alzheimer’s Disease is a remarkable service to us all. With the aging of the American population and a population that is living longer, it is predicted that Alzheimer’s Disease or another form of dementia will afflict 1 in 3 who live to be 85. Are we prepared?

We’d probably be much better prepared if there were more options for senior […]