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Locations Archive - Agapé Hospice

Read Agape Hospice of South Carolina Blogs to Further understand the meaning and purpose of professional hospice care.

  • Agape Care’s Theresa Younis Receives 2020 Tamra West Leadership Award


    Spartanburg, SC, September 21, 2020 –  Agape Care chief administration and integration officer Theresa Younis has received the 2020 Tamra West Leadership Award from The Carolinas Center (TCC), a center for quality end of life care in the Carolinas, representing an extensive number of hospice and palliative care providers in North and South Carolina. The […]

  • Agape Care Appoints Chief Development Officer to Accelerate Growth Strategies


    Spartanburg, SC, July 29, 2020 – Agape Care announced today it has appointed a chief development officer to accelerate its growth strategies.  Hospice Care of South Carolina acquired Agape Hospice in January 2020, and the combined organizations are coming together as one team under a new name – Agape Care. Covering all 46 counties in South Carolina, with 800+ […]

  • An Activity for Remembering a Loved One


    By Diane Carlson, Co-Director Camp Hands of Hope When someone you care about dies, it is normal to feel like there is a hole in your heart. Those feelings can come in waves and sometimes it is hard to know just what to do. Children, just like adults, need time and space to grieve and […]

  • A Taste of Our November Camp Hands of Hope


    By Diane Carlson, Co-Director Camp Hands of Hope Spaghetti for dinner and hot chocolate with marshmallows and peppermint sticks for our evening snack were on the menu at our November bereavement camp. This third and final camp for 2019 took place at Camp Kinard, just outside of Columbia, SC. We were privileged to join 18 […]

  • 5 Reasons Why People Choose Hospice Care for Loved Ones


    Hospice care brings end-of-life comfort to chronically or terminally ill patients by managing their pain and symptoms, and so there are many reasons why it can be the right choice. Making the decision to select hospice for a loved one can be extremely difficult. By keeping these benefits in mind, may help ease with your […]

  • Diversity In Healthcare


    Ronnie Duncan, Chief Diversity Officer, Agape Hospice When I think of the BIG picture of our mission, “The Three Musketeers” slogan comes to mind -the iconic characters with a clear sense of purpose of sticking together for the betterment of all. So, when we think of “The Three Musketeers,” we should believe in this manner. […]

  • Apprenticeships in SC


    “Within reason, I want the most well-educated workforce in long-term care”.  Those words although paraphrased, summarize the marching orders given to me by our founder, Scott Middleton.  Having worked in higher education my entire life, coupled with a cognate in gerontology in my doctoral program, I set about putting together what is now known as […]

  • Summerville Community Hospice House Ribbon Cutting


    Agapé Hospice & Mashburn Construction along with the Berkeley Chamber of Commerce, is hosting a Ribbon Cutting & Blessing of the House on June 27 from 5-8PM. The brand new six million dollar Summerville Community Hospice House, located at 374 Myers Road, Summerville, is looking forward to serving the hospice needs of Summerville and the […]

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The family of Dianne Bush wants to especially thank Jim Shinta, Kim Hartman and Melanie McAlhaney for their care of Dianne and the support and kindness shown to our family members. Dianne’s husband, Ashley, said “If I had known how much hospice could help I would have requested the service much earlier.”

The Bush family, Charleston SC