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Music Therapy Reduces Anxiety Response in Hospice Care
Originally posted on The "H" Word:
 Facing the end of life, your own or a loved one’s, commonly brings with it feelings of anxiety.  Photo cred – Creative Commons: Melozzo da Forli, Vatican image These feelings may stem…



Honoring Master Sergeant Armando Marino
On a warm summer afternoon in a modest home about a block from the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, one man’s family and hospice team gather to honor him for his service to our country. Master Sergeant Armando Marino spent 26 years … Continue reading


Honoring Staff Sergeant Phillip Marcantonio
We honored Samaritan hospice patient, Phillip Marcantonio, with Camden County and New Jersey Military Service Medals. The medals were presented to him by Lt. Col. (Ret.) Al Bancroft of the Camden County Veterans Service Office. Mr. Marcantoni was an Air … Continue reading


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…the number of donations we process each year. Thank you for your generous support!  If you would like to donate to Samaritan:http://bit.ly/1lVcba3 Filed under: In the News


Meaningful Ways to Serve Others
When Lynne Shapiro’s dad started volunteering late in life for a Delaware hospice, she and husband Alan honored – and imitated – his commitment to community service by volunteering with Samaritan. The saying goes, “If you want something done, ask … Continue reading


Summer Turns Up the Heat and Puts Seniors at Risk
Here are some cool ways to keep yourself and the elders you care about safe in the summer heat. Stay Cool As we age, our bodies do not adjust as well, or as quickly, to sudden changes in temperature. Also, some medications … Continue reading


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