Hospice & Palliative Care
I find Monday mornings heavy. I work on an inpatient intensive palliative care unit with 23 beds. Each morning we arrive to work, and have a team …Read More »
I have said for a long time that I didn’t choose hospice, hospice chose me. I had been drawn to helping people at the end of life, …Read More »
The end of life can be an ambivalent time for most family members, full of mixed emotions among family members and sometimes even contradictory feelings within yourself. …Read More »
Caring for an ill loved one is one of life’s difficult tasks. There are so many decisions to make; it can seem impossible to know what’s best. …Read More »
When people ask me what I do for a living I say that I am a Blessing Hospice nurse and I wait for the reply that follows. …Read More »
What a blessing it is to be able to meet with people who are at that crossroad in their lives and they are facing the end of …Read More »
As a new staff member to the Blessing Hospice & Palliative Care team, I have been spending a lot of time learning from my more experienced and …Read More »
When people think of hospice, many different things come to mind. Sometimes the word hospice casts a dark shadow, and no one wants to talk about it. …Read More »
As I stood at the top of the hill watching over 500 people release butterflies at the Quincy “Butterfly Moments” this summer, it was overwhelming to say …Read More »
We cannot thank you enough for your most generous love and support with the passing of our dad. May God continue to bless you and give you His peace to carry on to others with your care, love and hope of strength to continue to serve.
This funeral home is head and shoulders above the other funeral homes in this area. They do an excellent service and are highly respected in this community.
In-as-much as I married into a fourth generation funeral home family, I had expectations, right or wrong about what to expect. Consequently I want you to know what all of my expectations were met, and then some.
You were always there for us, lending support, offering suggestions, and yet being unobtrusive. With appreciation to the Spear family – and their ‘crew”.