eCondolence.com announces a partnership with the fifth largest hospice company in the U.S., Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care, expanding its network of partners and bringing information and resources to the more than 23,000 patients and families that Seasons serves annually.
eCondolence.com, the resource for condolence & mourning, helps individuals, families, and caregivers navigate times of loss with sensitivity and respect. eCondolence.com provides content relating to grief, coping and bereavement, as well as guidance on traditions and customs of loss, expressing condolences, and premium sympathy gifts for considerations.
“Through this partnership, eCondolence.com is honored to serve as a Resource Website for Seasons Hospice and the thousands of families and caregivers that are touched by their services,” says Michael Schimmel, CEO and founder of eCondolence.com. “Our team is dedicated to providing an easy-to-use, reliable resource for mourners seeking comfort during difficult times.”
A unique eCondolence.com Resource Website was customized for Seasons Hospice to include information and links addressing the subjects of grief and coping, planning, end of life checklists, and sending appropriate condolence gifts. Seasons’ partnership with eCondolence.com is a natural extension of the high-quality, patient and family-centered organization it has prided itself on since its inception in 1997.
“Seasons recognizes that as a leader in the hospice community we need to supply our residents, their family members and caregivers, along with our staff information on quality outlets to assist with the proper handling of loss,” says Todd Stern, CEO of Seasons Hospice. “eCondolence.com gives the Seasons’ community a powerful resource to tap into when dealing with grief and coping.”
This partnership reinforces eCondolence.com’s expanding network of both for profit and not for profit organizations, who recently added the The Solace Tree, Children’s Bereavement Center, Pathways Hospice and Hope Hospice to its growing list of partners.
Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care was founded in the 1997 and is headquartered in Rosemont, IL. Seasons is the fifth largest hospice company in the U.S. and operates 25 Medicare-certified facilities across 19 states. For more information on Seasons please visit: http://www.seasons.org
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