At Beinhauer Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, we believe the men and women who have served our nation deserve the same dedication and respect in return. We have gathered some information about Veteran’s Burial Benefits to help ensure families understand the options and resources that are available for their loved one’s funeral arrangements. Continue reading
Starting over after the death of a loved one can be difficult, but it is important to keep in mind that self-care is an essential part of the grieving process. To help you make a fresh start and focus on self-care, we have put together a list of a few things you can do to get started. Continue reading
Congratulations to January’s winner of the Beinhauer Caregiver Excellence Award (CEA)!
Beinhauer’s Community Outreach Director Katie Brandt, and Mario Chiodo, Volunteer of the Month of January.
The winner of the Caregiver Excellence Award (CEA) for Januay 2017 is Mario Chiodo, a volunteer at Family Hospice. He has been volunteering there since 1989 – interrupted only by a ten year-period, during which he cared for his cancer stricken wife until her death. Mario is a skilled barber, who brings a renewed sense of dignity and comfort to the patients he visits by giving them a fresh haircut or shave. He is kind, gracious, and humble, with a keen sense of humor and of appreciation. When you meet Mario, it is easy to see why the patients and families he gets in contact with truly respect and love him.
All area hospices are invited to submit nominations of caregivers of excellence!
On Tuesday, January 31st, about a dozen community outreach and marketing professionals participated in a Goal Setting workshop led by Senior Consultant Betty Karleski in the Community Room at the Peters Township Beinhauer facility.
There was plenty of space for composing collages, which illustrated the various goals important to the workshop participants.
The Community Room is available at no cost to the community for any kind of free workshop or meeting.
Do you provide care for an older parent, spouse, sibling, or friend?
Sign up for in-home visits from a college student — and give yourself a break. Continue reading
The BEINHAUER CAREGIVER EXCELLENCE AWARD for December was presented on January 27 to Amanda Olson, Volunteer Manager at VITAS Healthcare and Hospice. Amanda was the hospice worker who impressed her colleagues the most by going above and beyond in her duties last year December!
Among many other tasks, Amanda has been making sure that proper clothing and the ever-adorable Memory Bears have been making their way into the right hands. The Beinhauer Caregiver Excellence Award consists of a $50 gift card and a certificate, along with an entry into the drawing for the Caregiver Excellence Award of the Year. Amanda was presented her award by Katie Brandt, Beinhauer’s Community Outreach Director.
Beinhauer Family Funeral Homes & Cremation were featured on Washington County Chamber of Commerce’s Member Minute!