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Our Stories

Memorial Service 2020

On November 6th, 2020, the Jeffersonville office held its annual memorial service. Invites were sent to the bereaved family and loved ones that received our services from October 2019 to October 2020. Those who attended were greeted at the door by Melissa Porche and Sara Browning, our social workers. They were handed a rock with … Continue reading “Memorial Service 2020”

Connecting During Covid

In March 2020, the face of healthcare changed throughout the entire country. Access to hospitals, nursing homes, doctors offices and assisted livings became very restricted to everyone, even to hospice. Even though Adaptive Hospice provides much needed services to individuals in Indiana, restrictions were put in place to protect those who are at high risk … Continue reading “Connecting During Covid”

Lifespan’s Voice and Vino 2020

On October 27th, 2020, TC Baker performed as a singer in Lifespan Resources Voice and Vino. Tc was all-in when asked by Lifespan’s CEO, Lora Clark to compete in this singing/fundraising competition. The goal of this competition is for all 6 singers to raise money. The winner of this competition raises the most money. Lifespan … Continue reading “Lifespan’s Voice and Vino 2020”

Cindy Wins!

Cindy Willis was named our Employee of the Month for October. What makes this win so special is that her coworkers nominated her to win. Cindy has been with Adaptive Hospice in Jeffersonville for over a year now and we are so thankful that she wanted to give hospice care a try. Cindy has a … Continue reading “Cindy Wins!”

Congrats Heather Baird!

Heather Baird, RN was selected by her coworkers to be the September Adaptive Hospice Employee of the Month. Heather joined Adaptive Hospice in January of this year and we are so glad that she made the jump from home health to hospice. Listen to what her coworkers had to say about Heather: “She works very … Continue reading “Congrats Heather Baird!”

August Employee of the Month!

Rachael Parker was very close to being unanimously voted as our August Employee of the Month by her coworkers. We are so very happy for Rachael, as she is our most recent RN hired and yet she has accomplished so much with Adaptive in her short time with us. Rachael started with Adaptive Hospice in … Continue reading “August Employee of the Month!”

July Employee of the Month!

Anna Wilson was selected by her coworkers to be our July Employee of the Month! Anna is one of our amazing home health aides that joined us last year. She brought with her a ton of experience caring for others and a big smile to go along with it. Her Clinical Director, Chris Thomas said, … Continue reading “July Employee of the Month!”

Jenn Graduates!

On July 14th, Jenn Winans, one of our amazing hospice nurses graduated from Nurse Practitioner school. Our entire team was so proud of Jenn that we wanted to throw her a surprise. We selected an IDT date to ensure everyone could attend to congratulate her. Jenn walked in to find a catered breakfast from Wild … Continue reading “Jenn Graduates!”

Snow Cones and CNA Week 2020

This week started CNA Week. Across all 7 counties, our Hospice Liaisons made sure they recognized all of the hard working CNA’s in a variety of ways. On Tuesday, Kona Ice of Clark/Floyd county headed to Scott County where staff at Scott Memorial Health and Hampton Oaks Health Campus enjoyed snow cones and music. April … Continue reading “Snow Cones and CNA Week 2020”

Scott County Healthcare Hero Parade 2020

On Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020, our Community Liaison, April Avis had the privilege of organizing a Healthcare Hero Parade to show support to the community and healthcare facility staff, along with their residents. Other healthcare providers that participated were Hickory Creek of Scottsburg, CareFirst Rehab, Kindred Hospice, River Crossing of  Charlestown and Amedisys Hospice. Each … Continue reading “Scott County Healthcare Hero Parade 2020”

Go Red for Women

June 7, 2014 was the day I learned, firsthand, how real the risk of heart disease in women really is.  As I was volunteering with a group of friends from work for a Repair Affair event in our community I started having a deep burning in my chest. I passed it off as “overdoing it”. … Continue reading “Go Red for Women”