Pat Martinsen loved life—and colorful zinnias, a flower that symbolizes endurance, friendship and remembrance. Her beloved husband, Bob, remembers her here.
Recently, we lost a patient who had been on our services for almost a full year. Michele had been back and forth, living in the community and in our Center for Comfort Care & Healing during her eleven months with us.
Rachel DeGregoria shares her dad's story of his final weeks of life, which were spent at the Center for Comfort Care & Healing.
5-year-old Carys decided that she wanted to give her allowance "to the people who took care of her great-grandma when she was dying."
For 41-year-old mom, Michelle, and her daughter, Kayla, seeing "Frozen: The Musical!" on Broadway was a dream come true!
Former Navy hospital corpsman and Regional Hospice patient Rudy Behrens played an intimate piano recital for hospice staff, patients, volunteers and visitors.
Whether at home or at the Center, we know that pets are an important part of the care our patients receive.
New York Yankees great Mark Teixeira made a special visit to Danbury to meet Tom, the Yankees' #1 fan!
The thing that would bring Tom the most joy in his remaining days of life, would be an opportunity to meet the NY Yankees.