2018 Highlights – A Year To Remember!
In November Morning Light accepted top prize in Boston for Abbie Hunt Bryce winning national competition for Serious Illness Management Innovation by Boston University.
Attained 80-100% occupancy for hospice rooms at Abbie Hunt Bryce since March; served record three year total of 143 over past three years.
Raised more than $100,000 for third consecutive year. Included record gross Beach Ball and Rolling For Hope proceeds; 31 Commitment Circle members.
Served 17 residents during a 9-month pilot with Eskenazi Health to house homeless patients who needed temporary living arrangements due to a medical issue.
Morning Light Leadership Team asked by National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization to host nationwide webinar to discuss the Home’s turnaround and future prospects.
Home residents subject of four-part series in Indy Star and featured on Smiley Morning Show.
New activities introduced, including free haircuts, twice a year Santa/holiday visits, canine companionship, and Memorial Day celebration.
Home received a record in kind total of $13,500 worth of donated food and daily living items!
Rotary Memorial Garden dedicated thanks to $10,000 gift for motorized awnings.
Home staff to resident ratio standardized at 1:6 and most days 1:4.
Pennwood Place annually exceeds 98% occupancy.
Pennwood activities included chair messages, gardening, monthly birthday /bingo events and wellness talks.
Morning Light invited to explore more senior and hospice residential development with for profit partners.
4701 N. Keystone office building sold which will allow organization to focus on core competencies of hospice and senior residential housing.
Abbie Hunt Bryce Home residents are always in need of food, clothing, and other household and living supplies. If you wish to donate, contact the Home at 317.860.0484.