Blessed with a water cooler

We are so blessed by the generosity of everyone out there. The Beukes family, Paul and his daughter-in-law, Annie, last week donated a water cooler to be used in our In-Patient Unit, much to the delight of our CEO, Tersia Burger (middle). Stepping Stone cared for Paul's wife, Bettie, who passed away in our unit two weeks ago. Thank you Paul and Annie, cold water is always such a relief in the hot summer months. Many thanks!

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    +27 86 724 0480

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Come Whine With Me – Wednesday, 29 August

Come Whine With Me – Wednesday, 29 August

Our guest speaker this year is popular, Alberton-based Colour Therapist (and all-round ‘Life Guru’) Sonet Erasmus.

This inspiring lady has touched many lives – miss it, miss out!

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Courageous Conversations

About Courageous Conversations

Working at a hospice exposes us to every kind of human emotion and experience. What we have learnt is that we all have a story. We all experience heartbreak, heartache, uncertainty and difficult times in our lives. Courageous Conversations was borne out of this knowledge. Courageous Conversations is about talking about the 'unspeakable' issues that we are often confronted with and have no outlet to express or learn coping mechanisms for…

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