Johanna Turner, a retired 35-year hospice professional, shares how to cope while caring for a loved one in hospice care.
Michael G. Boston, chaplain for Compassus–Butte, suggests how to help patients and caregivers make the most of their limited time.
The Rev. Dr. Cathy Genthner, chaplain for Compassus–Scarborough, Maine, had a brush with death that created better a understanding of her hospice patients.
Heather Spickard, RN, with Compassus – Springfield, shares her story of a stirring coincidence. Or was it?
The Rev. Pat Underkofler, chaplain of Compassus in Yuma, Ariz., encourages hospice workers to listen for their patients’ stories.
Win Hageman, a pet therapy volunteer with Compassus in Ozark, Mo., shows how true companionship can help nearly anyone with their fear.
Dr. Kelley Newcomer’s work as a medical missionary in Honduras particularly equipped her with the skills to be a hospice physician.
Interested in volunteering for Compassus? We have many ways to help those in need, including hands-on help, event support or office work.
The Rev. Dr. Cathy Genthner, chaplain for Compassus–Scarborough, explains why something like renewing wedding vows can be so important.
A last-hours Angel Watch by a hospice volunteer enriched her life and the lives of caregivers and family members.