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Flowers for Trisha
Hospice has helped Chris experience so many wonderful moments despite his debilitating diagnosis. From seeing his favorite country music star to dancing with his daughter at her wedding, hospice has helped create more meaningful moments.
Liz was unable to celebrate Christmas last year because of her advanced illness. Her hospice team brought Christmas to her because it’s never too late, or too early, to celebrate with loved ones!
Hospice of the Red River Valley patient Leo Hecker spends his time working on one of his favorite hobbies – assembling red crepe paper poppies for the American Legion Auxiliary.
Realizing a patient’s caregiver would soon be a patient himself, the Avow team held a “Salute Ceremony” while the patient and caregiver were both able to enjoy it.
A college student provides 50 iPhones loaded with music playlists and face time app to reduce stress and strengthen personal connections with loved ones.
Melvin’s disease made it difficult for him to communicate with his new caregivers at Hospice House. But thanks to the assistance of a high-tech communication device provided by the ALS Association, Melvin was able to communicate effectively and efficiently.
Hospice of the Chesapeake Vet-to-Vet Program Enlisting More Volunteers to Honor Veterans at Their End of Life
The story of a hospice patient and former U.S. Marine exemplifies the need and benefit to the We Honor Veteran's Volunteer Program.