Acappella Attends Metrocrest Women’s Business Conference

North Dallas Care Manager Hope Self represented Acappella In Home Care at the 3rd Annual Metrocrest Women’s

North Dallas Care Manager Hope Self and Keynote Speaker Dr. Stacey Radin.

North Dallas Care Manager Hope Self and Keynote Speaker Dr. Stacey Radin.

Business Conference on Friday, September 23rd. Conference. Attendees enjoyed a full day of enrichment, seminars, and a presentation of the Metrocrest Chamber Business Woman of the Year Award. Hope is pictured on the left with keynote speaker and author Dr. Stacey Radin.

The Metrocrest Chamber of Commerce’s Women’s Business Forum Committee named Linda Rutherford, Southwest Airlines’ Vice President and Chief Communications Officer, as its 2016 Business Woman of the Year. The award, chosen from nominations received from Chamber members, honors one outstanding woman from the Metrocrest business community and is sponsored by Edward Jones, Sheryl Giles. The conference was presented by Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Carrollton. As a Metrocrest member, Hope Self was pleased to be a part of the exciting event.

Acappella Celebrates Nurses Week

Join us this week as we celebrate our wonderful, caring nurses and caregivers during Nurses Week.

“ONurses Week 2016 webur nurses and caregivers are simply the best,” boasts owner and Director of Nursing Jo Alch. “Dedicated and professional, they are truly angels. Thank you for your service, dedication, and all that you do. Our patients and company are blessed to have you as part of the Acappella team.”

Pictured are owner and Director of Nursing Jo Alch, LVN Vicki Thomason, and Rev. Angela Stone-Campbell.

Acappella’s Rev. Stone-Campbell Responds to Hospice News

As a hospice chaplHospice News Storyain for the past 11 years, I can’t even tell you how disturbing this story is to me. And embarrassing for the good people who work in hospice and all healthcare. And completely heartbreaking for the people and their loved ones who experienced this hospice company.

The hospice philosophy hasn’t changed. Hospice affirms life for the person who is dying and the people they love. Hospice care provides comfort physically, emotionally and spiritually. Hospice does not hasten death. However, some people in business are not doing the right thing, as shown by this news story.

So, in my opinion, this hospice owner was not a hospice provider, he is a greedy business person. Don’t let this report make you lose your faith in hospice. This is not the norm.

If you need guidance or advice with finding a good hospice provider, Acappella In Home Care can help with that.

Rev. Angela Stone-Campbell

Acappella Represented at Metrocrest Services’ 10th Annual Keyholder Breakfast

Metrocrest Services held its 10th Annual Keyholder Breakfast on March 19th at the Marriott Quorum Addison – and Acappella was there. Each year this event raises funds to help support assistance programs, which benefit local families and seniors. Mike Doocy, Channel 4 sports anchor and longtime Carrollton resident acted as Master of Ceremonies.

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From left to right, North Dallas Care Manager Hope Self, Mr. Doocy, and Donna Chandler of the Lewisville ISD Education Foundation.

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