The thing that would bring Tom the most joy in his remaining days of life, would be an opportunity to meet the NY Yankees.
The Bankers family says that what pediatric hospice care has done for them and their 6-year-old son, Jackson, is “allowed [them] to enjoy life.”
Regional Hospice patient Sandy Gleason shares her experience being on hospice.
“I was determined to ensure that the end would be as dignified as possible for Pat. And it was a happy ending," explains Regional Hospice volunteer Ed Ruhl.
Sasha reflects on her mother's final weeks of life at Regional Hospice and Palliative Care's Center for Comfort Care and Healing.
Melissa's Minions raised over $6,000 for Regional Hospice and Palliative Care
12 runners and two drivers, who proudly called themselves Melissa’s Minions, ran a 200-mile relay race in honor of Melissa Scheibel Miller.
Nancy Experiences "A Star is Born"
Under the projected stars on the ceiling at the Prospector, Nancy was set up with a special lounge chair, refreshments, and blankets. She and her friends enjoyed a morning of togetherness and pure joy.
A Life that Matters
Tom is the embodiment of fearlessness, fun and fortitude. He has been confined to a wheelchair since he was four years old and has not let that stop him from living life to the fullest.
A Lifetime of Helping Others
With all the ways that Mary has helped others, she remains equally proud of the way that she and her husband Kennon have raised their two children to be loving, generous and thoughtful adults.