HCI Giving Tree


HCI Giving Tree
HCI Giving Tree is listed in the Tree Services category in Urbandale, Iowa. Displayed below are the social networks for HCI Giving Tree which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of HCI Giving Tree on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 88.

HCI Giving Tree offers Tree Services services in Urbandale IA.

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HCI Care Services shared Amanda the Panda Family Grief Center's photo.
Tonight we honored Kelly Lester, our tie-dye queen, on her 40th camp! We love you, Kelly! Tune in to WHO TV Channel 13 News at 6.00 and 10.00 to see Kelly's story.

HCI Care Services shared Visiting Nurse Services of Iowa (VNS of Iowa)'s post.
For this week's Living Our Mission, read about how two of our teams worked together to find visual smoke alarms to help a family with a hearing impaired child.
Five and Connections staff worked together to find visual smoke alarms to be provided and installed free of charge for a nine-year-old child who is hearing impaired.

Whether you are new to volunteering, or considering it....this is a great article that gives some insight into work as a hospice volunteer! #volunteersmatter
A website by clinicians dedicated to hospice and palliative care research, news and opinion.

Meet Connie Wood! For more than 10 years, licensed massage therapist Connie Wood has helped alleviate pain and anxiety through massage therapy, one of the holistic therapies available through HCI Hospice Care Services.
Hospice care is provided by a group of healthcare professionals who work together to ensure patients live as comfortably and fully as possible during their final days, weeks and months.

HCI Care Services added 5 new photos.
Like most of us, some hospice patients experience 'cabin fever' during the winter months. For hospice patient, David Hays, reminiscing of riding a motorcycle on a warm summer day undoubtedly helped combat cabin fever. Staff from the Osceola team of HCI Hospice Care Services noted that he had motorcycle memorabilia in his room at Homestead Assisted Living. With help from hospice nurse, Stacie Beverlin and social worker, Tonya Pierson, staff made arrangements for David to visit Chipp's Harley-Davidson Shop. David spent time looking at all the motorcycles and touring Chipp’s Harley Davidson museum. At the end of his tour, they presented him with a shirt with a Harley motorcycle on it. To top off David’s outing, on the return back to the assisted living facility the group stopped at McDonald’s for David’s favorite meal, a fish sandwich, which was paid for by one of the staff from Chipp's.