Enjoy a hot meal today!
Enjoy a hot meal today delivered to your door with a smile, between 11:30 AM and 1:30 PM. 7 Days a week! Have a nutritious meal in the comfort of your own home. Most dietary needs can be met. Frozen meals, fresh fruit and vegetable boxes are also available. For more information About Meals on… read more Enjoy a hot meal today!
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Better Living 50th anniversary
Better Living Celebrates its 50th anniversary!
Volunteer Stories – Anne
ANNE GRANT has donated a lifetime of service and touched thousands of lives. “I just turned 84 and am older now than many of the residents at Thompson House. I try to keep as busy as I can. Volunteering is not a job, it is a joy. I leave Thompson House feeling so uplifted, and… read more Volunteer Stories – Anne
Volunteer Stories – Simone
“My introduction to volunteering was that the age of 19. I had just finished university and my parents had been posted to Bombay, India. Upon arriving there for the first time, my mother took me to a leprosy colony, where she had started volunteering. She was comforting patients before surgeries, taking them blankets, clothing and… read more Volunteer Stories – Simone
Volunteer Stories – Karen
“I began volunteering many years ago escorting residents from Thompson to the Church of the Ascension, next door. These new friends needed a little help to go and worship God. I found there were many ways to make new friends at Thompson House. My own parents had died long before, and I found these opportunities… read more Volunteer Stories – Karen
Volunteer Stories – Shahnaz
“You give with one hand, you receive with the other,” says Better Living Hospice, Outreach and Adult Day Program volunteer Shahnaz. “Visiting is not just friendly visiting, it is treatment — not clinical, but a treatment of love. Some of my Clients are fearful about death, but I can give them space to explore what… read more Volunteer Stories – Shahnaz
Volunteer Stories – Hester
“Emergency neurosurgery, a few years back, gave me a dramatic preview of what it’s like to feel alone, frail and unable to get out-and-about. During months of recovery, I experienced first-hand the isolating nature of a serious illness. Once I realized my working life was over, I could get on with whatever else life had… read more Volunteer Stories – Hester