Resources

 

Hospice of Havasu regularly updates a huge selection of brochures, booklets, flyers and other information that’s available for you for the asking.

Hospice of Havasu regularly updates a huge selection of brochures, booklets,
flyers and other information that’s available for you for the asking.

All of these are free and can be mailed to you if you click at the bottom of this page.

A brief rundown of some of the options for you to consider:

unchartedNEW! The Uncharted Road. A guide for living with and caring for someone with Alzheimer’s and dementia. The 16-page booklet offers practical and useful suggestions for these who are dealing with this situation.

 

 

Talk site 

NEW! Let’s Talk! Positive communication tips when talking with someone with dementia. This useful 8-page booklet will give you a number of ways to increase communication, and is useful for caregivers, family or friends.

 

 

Caregiver site

 

NEW! Caring for the Caregiver. Caregiving is a constant learning experience, and this 16-page booklet is filled with tips, self-assessment guides and suggestions on caring for yourself while caring for others.

 

 

 

cover4IT’S ABOUT LIVING: This is the basic Hospice of Havasu brochure, one that answers many questions you may have about hospice care. Thousands of copies have been distributed throughout the Hospice of Havasu service area.

 

 

 

cover2HERE WHEN YOU NEED US: A much more detailed book, one that’s always part of the admission information for new patients, but can also be used when a more in-depth look at hospice care may be needed.

 

 

 

PH site

 

THE POLIDORI HOUSE: A quick overview of the in-patient Polidori House, including photos of inside facilities and rooms.

 

 

 

AFTER A LOSS: A brochure to help deal with grief and loss.

 

AFTER A LOSS: What do you say when someone you know has suffered a loss? This is one of the more helpful, practical brochures we have to help deal with grief and loss.

 

 

 

cover3RESOURCE GUIDES: Three distinct editions of what has become a very popular, helpful booklet. The 20-page publications are designed for the Lake Havasu City area, for the Bullhead City/Ft. Mohave area and the Parker/LaPaz County area. Information includes helpful services and government agencies, medical and homecare services, attorneys and support groups. The booklets are printed in small batches and updated and added to regularly.

 

 

VOLUNTEERS: This brochure can help you learn more about becoming a Hospice of Havasu Volunteer.

 

VOLUNTEERS: This brochure can help you learn more about becoming a Hospice of Havasu Volunteer. It lists some of the tasks for volunteers, some comments from those who have already signed up and other useful information. You can also request a Volunteer Application.

 

 

CHILDREN AND LOSS: This brochure helps people deal with the tough issues of children and grief.

 

CHILDREN AND LOSS: This brochure helps people deal with the tough issues of children and grief. We also have a booklet for teachers offering them further resources and brief lists of signs that children are living with grief and loss.

 

 

TRANSITIONS: Transitions is designed to help those not emotionally or clinically ready for hospice services, and is offered at no charge to our community.

 

TRANSITIONS: Hospice of Havasu is the only hospice agency in Arizona offering this helpful non-medical service. Transitions is designed to help those not emotionally or clinically ready for hospice services, and is offered at no charge to our community. This one-page flyer gives you a way to briefly and correctly explain to others how the program works.

 

 

For any of these brochures, sent to you at no charge, indicate which brochures you would like, and Click Here.


SPEAKERS

Hospice of Havasu maintains a full-time staff of people who can speak to your organization or club about virtually any hospice topic. Contact the office, (928)453-2111, or Click Here.