Our legacy Hospice program (restricted due to COVID-19) Strict guidelines are in place for social distancing and sanitizing procedures. We also have volunteers who can assist you with running errands, grocery shopping, picking up a prescription. Call our offices at (805) 495-2145 or email email@example.com and we will get back to you as quickly as possible.
Ourprogram provides non-medical support by specially trained volunteers to individuals with life-limiting illness in their homes and assisted living facilities. Of equal importance is the direct support given to the immediate family members, as these caregivers struggle with what is often a first time and overwhelming experience for them.Learn More
We provide over 50 therapist –led grief support sessions each and every month. Our support allows participants to deal with the emotional and physical manifestations presented by grief. Groups are established to place clients with others of similar circumstance helping to foster positive outcomes, helping them to heal from their loss and move forward with their lives. All of our grief support sessions are offered completely FREE of Charge.Learn More
Specialized service upon request
Tuesdays, 6:30 PM at Hospice Office
Wednesdays, 7:00 pm at Hospice Office
Tuesday- 11:00 am- 12:00 pm (Newly Bereaved) at Senior Concerns
Tuesday – 11:00 am – 12:00 pm (Newly Bereaved) at Goebel Senior Center
Tuesday- 2:30-3:30 (Newly Bereaved) at Goebel Senior Center
For widows and widowers ages 60+
(2 Groups) 12:15 pm Goebel Senior Center
Adult widows, widowers and partners. Call office to talk to facilitator.
Wednesday, 7:00 PM at Westminster Free Clinic
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Thursday evenings 7:00 pm Hospice of the Conejo office Suite 202
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Wednesday evenings 6pm-7:30 pm 650 Hampshire Rd Suite #104 Westlake Village, CA
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Meets every 2nd and 4th Monday at 7 p.m.
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Meets every Tuesday evening Via ZOOM 6pm.
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No One Dies Alone vigil program provides specially trained volunteers to sit at the bedside of patients who are in their last hours of life and would otherwise die alone because loved ones are unable to be present. In many cases NODA patients have no immediate family living in the area, or often has an elderly spouse who is too exhausted to remain bed side. A secondary comfort and service is to the nurses and caregivers at the facilities who do not have the time to stay with the patient.Learn More
Our lending closet of wheelchairs, shower chairs and walkers are loaned to those in need. We also provide a service to those who no longer have need for these items by taking them in as donations. We are also and education center, providing general information and guidance on placing a family member into hospice care as well as understanding what might be expected when faced with a terminally ill patient in the family. We take calls every day helping people understand what steps to consider when dealing with the loss of a loved one, including participation in our therapist-led grief support groups. We also respond to unexpected crises that profoundly affect our community (unexpected traumatic events).Learn More
To help patients with life-limiting illness keep their beloved pet by their side during their illness. Many times these patients do not have the means to care for their pets and they are tragically removed from their homes stripping the patient of the unconditional love and companionship our pets provide. Our program (in partnership with Conejo Valley Veterinary Hospital) provides volunteers who will walk the pet, feed the pet, bathe the pet, and offer minor veterinary care and supplies when needed. We also help to place the pet in a new/loving home when the owner passes.Learn More
Music is an especially powerful communication tool when a person is nearing the end of life. It can reach those inner-places words so often cannot. Music can bring memories up to the surface, create good feelings in mind and body and ignite emotions that are otherwise hard to access.
The Threshold music program brings joy into the lives of our patients and seniors living in assisted living through music performed by local professional musicians and was started in response to the Covid-19 stay at home orders.
Our program also provides a small stipend to these incredible musicians (many of whom are out of work due to the pandemic) who then bring their talent and skill to our clients. Whether it’s playing outside a local board & care facility or standing at the window of a patient who is unable to leave their room, this program brings joy and a sense of normalcy safely into the lives of people we serve.
Gulia Gurevich, is a concert violinist and founder of a local music school (Piano 4 Everyone). She was the first musician to bring her incredible gift to Hospice of the Conejo’s patients.
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Our Friends and Flowers program delivers friendship and joy in the form of beautiful bouquets from flowers donated to us by local growers, flower shops, merchants, weddings & special events. Our volunteers make the bouquets and then deliver them to our patients, seniors in assisted living and to Meals on Wheels clients.
If you have flowers you would like to donate please call our offices (805) 495-2145 and we will make arrangements to pick them up.
If you know someone who could use a little cheer, call us and we will deliver a bouquet to their door.
Started in 2020 in response to the Covid-19 stay at home orders this program provides support to our clients and home-bound residents by providing volunteers who run errands (pick up prescriptions, grocery shopping, etc.) and provide transportation to doctors appointments etc.
Program is on-going thru 2021 and beyond.
Call our offices for more information and to schedule service. (805) 495-2145