News from Home Health United – March 2017
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In this Issue
Sweet Revolutions Tickets On-Sale • We are Best of Madison • Re-order CPAP Online
Camp GLOW 2017 • Resolve to Complete an Advance Directive
Making a Difference-Drew’s Story • Our Donors • Volunteer • Grief Support
Sweet Revolutions Tickets On-Sale NOW!
Join us on April 20th from 5:30-8:30pm for Sweet Revolutions, a sweet and savory benefit for Home Health United’s Meals On Wheels program.
Held at the Overture Center for the arts, the event features fun games, live music, a wall of cakes, and fantastic food from seventeen Food Fight Restaurants. Check out the menu!
We are honored to have NBC 15’s own John Stofflet and Leigh Mills as our hosts for the night.
Don’t delay – this event sells out each and every year – so get your tickets today!
Home Health United has been named the Gold winner in the Home Health Care Agency category of Madison Magazine’s Best of Madison for the second year in a row.
Thank you to everyone who voted for Home Health United. It is an honor and privilege to be recognized by the community we serve.
We are happy to announce that current Home Health United CPAP patients now have the option of reordering their CPAP supplies online.
Camp GLOW 2017
In 2017, we are happy to report we are offering four camps throughout our service area in Baraboo, Janesville, Verona, and Waunakee.
Resolve to Complete an Advance Directive
It only takes a few simple steps to complete an advance directive. Steps that can save you and your loved one from a whole lot of worry and stress should you ever need it.
Your Donations Make a Difference
How much does independence mean to our patients? Home Health United is quite proud to be part of the care team and community of people who help make one young man’s life full, healthy, and yes, very independent!
Home Health United with the help of donations from people like you, allows Drew to live his fullest life.
The Home Health United – Visiting Nurse Service Foundation provides assistance across southern Wisconsin to those facing health related issues. When you make a donation, you are helping people living in your community who are recovering from serious illness or injury, families coping with terminal illness and grief, seniors dealing with hunger, and your neighbors in need through community programs.
There are many ways to give, and every gift, of any size, is greatly appreciated.
Thank you to our donors.
Community Grief Support
As part of our dedication to the communities we serve, we offer Community Grief Support Groups to anyone who has experienced a loss. Find upcoming groups in your community.
HHU also offers Camp GLOW, a day camp for grieving children in a number of communities in our service area. Find out more.