• "“The nurse who worked the weekend my mom passed was so wonderful. She was incredible and such a blessing. She helped us make it through a difficult journey. I will be forever thankful!”"

    - Patient's Child
  • "“Words cannot describe what a wonderful, caring and giving group of caregivers we had.”"

    - Patient's Child

Community Hospice Recognizes Parkinson's Awareness Month, April 2015


Baldwin & Mobile County Parkinson's Disease Support Groups Hosted by Community HospiceFoley, Ala., - Community Hospice is proud to recognize April, 2015 as Parkinson’s Awareness Month. Host to several Parkinson’s Disease Support Groups throughout Baldwin and Mobile counties, Community Hospice’s Chaplain and North Baldwin Support Group members were recognized Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at the Bay Minette City Council meeting. Group members Jim Barrow, Jane Denmark and Janice Hendrickson received an office proclamation from Bay Minette Mayor Bob Wills recognizing April as Parkinson’s Awareness Month.


“There are approximately 1 million people in the United States living with Parkinson’s Disease. Our goal is to offer support and helpful information to patients living with Parkinson’s, their caregivers and family members in our local area,” stated Katie Spratlin, Marketing Director for Community Hospice. “We offer 4 groups throughout Baldwin and Mobile counties, each led by our chaplain Cindy Still. She offers a lot of insight and guidance to participants; Cindy started these groups to share information that will help improve a patient’s quality of life and to provide support to patient caregivers.”


If you are interested in attending a monthly Parkinson’s Disease Support Group, please call Cindy Still at 251-943-5015, or join a group any time. Meeting dates and locations are:


1st Thursday of each month
Fairhope, Homestead Village, 10am
Mobile, USA Neurology, 1pm


4th Tuesday of each month
Bay Minette, Wellness Center, 10am


4th Thursday of each month
Foley, Community Hospice Office, 2pm


Community Hospice is the only locally-owned, not-for-profit hospice organization headquartered in Baldwin County, Alabama, offering quality end-of-life care to patients since 1996. Part of the Community Senior Life family of companies, Community Hospice is led by Carol Standifer, RN, CHPN and medical directors, Harvey McCulloch, M.D., Rico Eslava, M.D. and Charles Sherman, M.D. For more information on Community Hospice call 251-943-5015 or visit www.CommunityHospiceAL.org.