Hospice makes more meaningful moments possible.

Moments of Life: Made Possible by Hospice is showing the world that hospice is about more than care for the dying. Hospice and palliative care can make more meaningful moments possible, even when a person is facing a serious or even terminal illness. Watch these families' stories to see the difference this person-centered care can make.

  • The Adirondack Fiddler

    Dale, an award winning fiddler, knew he wasn’t going to get any better.  He took action and asked his doctor about hospice.

  • Baby Amanda
    Baby Amanda

    Amanda probably won’t see her first birthday. Hospice helps her family celebrate every moment.

  • Wedding in Mom's Hospice Room
    Guest of Honor

    Deneen wanted to see her son get married. See how the hospice team made it happen.

  • Don’s Honor Flight

    With the help of hospice, Don, a World War II veteran, had the time of his life just hours before he died.  

  • Finishing Strong

    As a former NFL player, Bryan appreciates how hospice is helping him finish strong. 

  • Grief Through A Child’s Eyes

    Kids have to say goodbye to loved ones, too. Hospice helps them find a way.

  • Moments of Grace
    Moments of Grace

    Robert Mihelbergel has been described by many as their “favorite teacher.” At the end of his life, he shared lessons on how many simple, yet divine, moments are possible… because of hospice. 

  • Care, Support & ALS

    Being the caregiver to a loved one with a serious illness can be a 24/7 responsibility; hospice can help.

  • One More Dance
    One More Dance

    Dennis knew he was dying of lung cancer. See how hospice helped him have one more dance with his daughter.

  • Labor of Love

    “The Healing Build” is about helping those in mourning use their grief to rebuild hope… and a brand new home.  See how hospice joined forces with Habitat for Humanity to promote healing for those who needed it most.

  • Arthur
    A Concert for Arthur

    Arthur loved the opera. Hospice made one more performance possible.

  • Michele's Angels
    Michele's Angels

    Michele has ALS, a disease known for taking things away. See how hospice gives her more.

  • One Last Luau
    One Last Luau

    George wanted to be surrounded by his two greatest loves- family and the spirit of Hawaii- one more time.

  • Stanley’s Special Visit

    Stanley and his wife Sharon wanted to spend time together away from home.  Hospice helped create a special day… that brought them back in time.

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