There was a lot to celebrate this year for Leona’s family- engagements, babies, and the whole family being together. Thanks to the Seasons Hospice Foundation for granting Leona’s wish to be with her family for one more Christmas together.
As a cool breeze stirred the air on an autumn Saturday this past October, Bob Cody felt at peace.
When a loved one dies, extended family, friends, and community members want to show support but are not sure how. Here are some suggestions on how to demonstrate love and caring to let the bereaved know that they are not alone in their journey.
You can’t always wait for the perfect moment for your fairytale to come true. Sometimes you need to leave everything you know behind and take a leap of faith for love. Mohsen and Raquel took their chance on love and each other 60 years ago and never looked back.
While his friends were being handed their diplomas from high school, Donald was fighting in the Battle of the Bulge, the largest and bloodiest battle the United States fought in World War II.
1,427 miles doesn’t stop our teams from being there for our patients when they need us most.
Team Illinois was granted a very special opportunity to host a multidisciplinary team from Assisi Hospice in Singapore!
Chuck’s last wish was to celebrate Mary Ann in a way he never had the means to do before. A night she would truly remember for the rest of her life.
The Seasons Maryland team works together to provide a legacy project that honors the special bond between Cliff and his 8-year-old son, Peyton.
The staff at Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care have put together 10 tips on how you can get through the holidays after the loss of a loved one.
For Jose, there was nothing better in life than spending time with his family and a juicy, homegrown tomato. Read how the Seasons team stepped in to help Jose’s family remember his legacy.
When you have a terminal illness sometimes it’s the simple, everyday things like taking a relaxing bath that can make the biggest difference.
Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care joins the entire hospice and palliative care community in thanking Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon for introducing Senate Resolution S. Res 621, which designates November 2016 as National Hospice and Palliative Care Month.
Tova Jussim, LCSW-C, clinical social worker at Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care of Maryland, sits down with Ami Magazine, an internationally distributed Jewish Magazine, and discusses hospice and Jewish end-of-life issues.
Hazel enjoys praising God through praying and singing traditional hymns. Read how her music therapy team helped her create a legacy project for her family.
For Josephina, the song Stardust by Hoagy Carmichael meant everything to her. Read how a Seasons music therapist helped Josephina turn her favorite song into a legacy project.
Louis yearned to play the flute one more time, but being diagnosed with end stage Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) made his dream challenging. That didn’t stop Taryn, Seasons Connecticut Music Therapist, from fulfilling Louis’s wish.
To further our dedication to Music Therapy, we are honored that Dr. Russell Hilliard PhD, LCAT, MT-BC, Senior Vice President of Supportive Care and Patient Experience led an all-day continuing education course on “Advanced Practices in Hospice Music Therapy” at the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) national conference.
Jacqueline, Hospice Aide, shares how much Namaste Care helps her patients and why this job was meant for her.
It is a time for reflection, a time for appreciation, a time for realizing how much Good we have in our lives, a time for planning great things for the following year.
A day in the life of a Seasons Chaplain.
Sometimes hospice is about finding creative ways for patients to feel their best.
The Steele family is ensuring that children needing school supplies can approach the new academic year ready to learn.
The love in the room could transcend the boundaries of the hospital. The 50th Wedding Anniversary celebration of Barbara and James Hanson.
There is something about a baseball game – the roar of the crowd, the smell of the nachos and hot dogs, the sound of the PA system reciting each player’s batting song, that makes going to a game a special event. Seasons St. Louis patient achieves dream of attending 1st Cardinals game.
There was nothing that Bryce loved more in life than the Arizona Cardinals football team.