Big Bend Hospice Inaugural LEAN Team

Submitted by Sharon Davidson,Director of Volunteer and Community Services Community Engagement Twenty-five members from Big Bend Hospice recently completed training to become Lean Six Sigma Green Belts. The training was provided by Erik […]

How can we help you?

Supporting Alzheimer’s & Dementia patients. When discussing hospice care, the Alzheimer’s Association notes it is important to ask 5 questions about the hospice when selecting a provider. Does the provider […]

How Can We Help You? Improving Brain Health

Submitted by Kelly Chastain,Professional Relations Liaison No cure has been found for Alzheimer’s and Dementia but studies in science have increasingly shown that healthy behaviors in lifestyle could reduce your […]

Top 11 ways Big Bend Hospice Can help patients and families living with End-stage Dementia

The goal of hospice is to relieve physical and emotional distress, allowing patients to retain their dignity and remain comfortable. We do this by offering comprehensive services for patients with […]

BBH is holding a “Craft and Learn” to help Alzheimer’s Patients

Submitted by Kara Walker,Community Engagement Coordinator Taylor, Wakulla, Franklin In honor of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, Big Bend Hospice is getting crafty! We are working on creating fidget blankets and fidget […]

Celebrating Juneteenth

In 2021, BBH created a Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity (DIE) department with the goal of bringing staff and volunteers together to incorporate and celebrate our differences. In the past year, […]

Camp Woe-Be-Gone 2022

BBH’s camp for grieving children was held Saturday, June 4th at the beautiful Retreat at Bradley’s Pond!  Big Bend Hospice helps children learn important coping skills so that they can […]

Thankful Thursday

Submitted by Leila McClure,Events Coordinator Assistant “Thank you so much for being a light in our community when it is such a dark place for the family.”  Jodi Gooding wrote […]

Planning to Be Heard

Many people are encouraged to plan “financially” in preparation for a serious illness or death.  But few are encouraged to plan “logistically”. Submitted by Sharon Davidson, Senior Director of Community […]

Baking for a Cause

Submitted by Sharon Davidson, Senior Director of Community Engagement Eva Castillo was named after her great-grandmother, but that isn’t the only thing she shares with her.  She also shares her […]