Hospice of Dayton serves Miami Valley


By Greg Smart - gsmart@civitasmedia.com



From left to right are Rotarian Abby Snider-Robinson and Maureen Swarts, manager of Volunteer Services at Hospice of Dayton.


Photo by Greg Smart

VANDALIA — Maureen Swarts, manager of Volunteer Services at Hospice of Dayton spoke at the Rotary Club of Vandalia on Nov. 19 on this non-profit Hospice which started in 1978. Their mission is to celebrate the lives of those they have the privilege of serving by “providing superior care and superior services” to each patient and family. They provide services 24 hours a day in Butler, Clark, Clinton, Greene, Miami, Montgomery, Preble and Warren Counties in Ohio.

Hospice of Dayton can provide personalized short-term symptom management and medical support in their 53-bed Hospice House, located at 324 Wilmington Avenue in Dayton. Hospice of Butler & Warren Counties can provide personalized short-term symptom management and medical support in the 14-bed Lorelei’s Place Hospice House, located at 5920 Long Meadow Drive, in Franklin.

Pathways of Hope is the grief support program of Hospice of Dayton® and Hospice of Butler & Warren Counties. Anyone in the Miami Valley area experiencing grief can receive grief support (also called bereavement) from Pathways of Hope without charge. Licensed and trained counselors and social workers provide one-on-one counseling and special group programs to address individual needs.

To contact Hospice of Dayton, call 937-256-4490 or 1-800-653-4490.

From left to right are Rotarian Abby Snider-Robinson and Maureen Swarts, manager of Volunteer Services at Hospice of Dayton.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2015/12/web1_V_Rot_Swarts.jpgFrom left to right are Rotarian Abby Snider-Robinson and Maureen Swarts, manager of Volunteer Services at Hospice of Dayton. Photo by Greg Smart

By Greg Smart

gsmart@civitasmedia.com

Reach Greg Smart at 937-684-8088 or on Twitter @HH_Courier.com

Reach Greg Smart at 937-684-8088 or on Twitter @HH_Courier.com