For 41-year-old mom, Michelle, and her daughter, Kayla, seeing "Frozen: The Musical!" on Broadway was a dream come true!
After his wife Emilee died, Neal felt her death profoundly. This poem he wrote expresses what that looked like for him.
The hibiscus was Neal Klein's wife's favorite flower. In this poem, the flower is talking about how fleeting, but beautiful, its life is and how love and loss go hand-in-hand.
Neal Klein's wife, Emilee, died in 2017. This poem was written as a way to express his grief.
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.
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.”