The Power of Music Therapy

Posted by Four Seasons on Mar 4, 2022 7:00:00 AM

March 4, 2022

When COVID-19 rolled in to Western North Carolina, questions about how best to care for our community took on a different tone. Hospice families welcome us not only into their homes, but also into emotionally and medically difficult times in their lives. I will never again take for granted the true intimacy that comes with sharing space
with patients and families in person.

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Topics: Four Seasons, Covid-19, Communication Technology, Music Therapy

Four Seasons Home Care Receives 2022 Best of Home Care® Pulse Awards for Fourth Year in a Row

Posted by Four Seasons on Feb 14, 2022 2:08:38 PM

February 14, 2022

Four Seasons Home Care announced today that it has received the 2022 Best of Home Care – Provider of Choice Award, Leader in Excellence, and Employer of Choice from Home Care Pulse for the fourth year in a row.

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Topics: home care, High Performance Organization, Awards

Four Seasons President & CEO Featured in Spark Magazine

Posted by Four Seasons on Jan 14, 2022 1:10:54 PM

January 14, 2022

Four Seasons President & CEO, Dr. Millicent Burke Sinclair, was featured in the January 2022 issue of Carolina Spark Magazine. Spark highlights women in Western North Carolina who are leading the way in their field. We are proud and happy to have one such woman in leadership at Four Seasons in Millicent. 


Read Millicent's spotlight below! 




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A Passion for the US Military

Posted by Four Seasons on Nov 10, 2021 2:20:45 PM

November 11, 2021

CAPT John Knapp, USN (Ret) has a passion for the United States Military and its service men and women.

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Topics: We Honor Veterans, Veterans

20 Years Since 9/11

Posted by Four Seasons on Sep 8, 2021 12:08:43 PM

September 10, 2021

It started to snow. While this might sound inconsequential, it happened to be August and I happened to be standing in the middle of an ocean. While I am a Chaplain, I do not claim to be able to walk on water, unless of course it is frozen. I was, actually, standing on ice at the North Pole.

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Topics: We Honor Veterans, Veterans

Finding My Life's Passion- Brenda Shearer

Posted by Four Seasons on Sep 1, 2021 1:35:51 PM

July 2020

“Ms. Brenda,” as she’s known around the Foundation, is the definition of love and kindness. Born in Wisconsin, Brenda Shearer’s background is nothing short of impressive. She holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction in Reading Language Arts, has co-authored four graduate level textbooks, and was a tenured professor at University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh.
But these are not the things that define Brenda. As she puts it, “I left ‘Dr. Shearer’ at the university when I retired.” Volunteering at the Four Seasons Foundation is now her greatest joy and passion in life.

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Topics: Volunteer, Foundation

Serving & Educating our Community

Posted by Four Seasons on Sep 1, 2021 1:34:56 PM

January 2021

Fritz and Christine (Chris) Becker embody the definition of “salt of the earth.” With backgrounds in service organizations, Fritz and Chris bring a unique and valued perspective to their volunteer work at the Home Store. The Beckers are originally from New York. Fritz began his professional law career as a Child Abuse Prosecutor. He later served as a County Judge and an Acting Supreme Court Justice for the State of New York.

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Topics: Volunteer, Home Store

Finding the Right Place- Sandy Williams

Posted by Four Seasons on Sep 1, 2021 1:33:13 PM

July 2020

It was 1986. I was working at my husband’s dental office raising two teenage daughters and was involved in many community activities when my mother was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. I was devastated. At first, our family managed to care for my mother.

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Topics: Volunteer, Foundation

Kena Shaw: Volunteering Here is Special

Posted by Four Seasons on Sep 1, 2021 1:30:16 PM

April 28, 2021

I first learned about Four Seasons through my student advisor, Vanessa Capps. Four Seasons was a volunteering option available to me to complete my hours for the Work-Based Learning Program at Blue Ridge Community College. Before learning of this opportunity, I was only vaguely aware of the many ways you could volunteer for this non-profit organization. Since I began volunteering in January 2021, I have been able to work with several departments to complete tasks and use my new knowledge from college to help assist others. I have made birthday and thinking-of-you cards for patients to help brighten their day, as well as put together face shields for the clinicians who care for patients and their loved ones in Four Seasons facilities. I quickly learned that there are many opportunities I did not know existed, from knitting face masks to filing records in the office, and many more.

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Topics: Volunteer

Patty Vega Home Store Volunteer Spotlight

Posted by Four Seasons on Sep 1, 2021 1:28:15 PM

July 2019

Patty came to volunteer at Four Seasons after her husband was cared for at Elizabeth House in 2015. He fought a long battle with cancer and, as she recounts, “The services he received
and the assistance I was given allowed me to be strong for him and make his last days comfortable in a loving and safe environment. “After this experience,” continues Patty, “I knew I had to do my best to assist Four Seasons in continuing this delivery of service to all those who were in need. So, I went to the volunteer training classes at Four Seasons and decided to help out at the Hospice Home Store.”

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Topics: Volunteer, Home Store

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