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Making memories for those in hospice care

Feb 25, 2019 4:33:47 PM

Verena Shiflett, a 48-year-old Cincinnati-area mother in hospice care for a lung disorder, had one final dream: to see her 18-year-old daughter, Rhonda, graduate from high school.

Hospice of Southwest Ohio's Make a Memory program made the dream a reality with the help of Rhonda's school, Hamilton High School, and Jeff Tanner, the local representative of Jostens Scholastic, the nation's leading supplier of high school and collegiate gear. Family members, classmates, teachers and hospice staff gathered to watch Rhonda, a developmentally disabled child with cerebral palsy and epilepsy, receive her diploma and celebrate the milestone achievement on February 22, 2019.

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Hospice of Southwest Ohio
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Hospice of Southwest Ohio provides care, comfort and compassion for those facing a life-limiting illness. We have a dedicated team of nurses, caregivers and volunteers whose main goal is to keep your loved ones at peace – in a place surrounded by care and compassion. We serve four counties around Cincinnati, Ohio, with the highest reputation for treating patients with dignity and respect.

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