Coronavirus: Keeping Our Communities Safe
Coronavirus: Keeping Our Communities Safe
March 23, 2020

A message from Annemarie Switchulis, RN, BSN, MSN, President and COO of Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care  As the coronavirus pandemic continues to expand ...

Social Media Etiquette for Announcing a Death in the Digital Age
Social Media Etiquette for Announcing a Death in the Digital Age
February 18, 2020

Death in the digital age can come with a lot of uncertainty. Most people are overwhelmed with the responsibility of announcing and mourning a death on social ...

Announcing Our Specialized 20-Bed Palliative Care Center in China
Announcing Our Specialized 20-Bed Palliative Care Center in China
January 30, 2020

Seasons is proud to announce the opening of a specialized 20-bed palliative care center in Shanghai, China. The center is designed to provide a peaceful and ...

Mail From the Chiefs
Mail From the Chiefs
January 29, 2020

The Kansas City Chiefs have a lot going on right now, but that didn’t stop them from taking care of one of their biggest fans. When our social worker Terrell ...

Making Connections Through Art
Making Connections Through Art
November 18, 2019

One of the best things about making a connection can be how surprising it is! When our team director Kim met our patient Elizabeth, Kim knew there was an ...

Music Therapy for Baby Denisha
Music Therapy for Baby Denisha
September 18, 2019

Most of us realize the power of music to motivate, express, and connect with our higher power as we use it to help us exercise, dance with our partner, share ...

Making Music and Memories
Making Music and Memories
July 18, 2019

Music therapy can be such a powerful instrument to bring joy and peace to our patients, or to soothe and calm during agitation or restlessness. Even if you’re ...

Honoring Our Military Veterans
Honoring Our Military Veterans
June 12, 2019

Seasons Hospice is proud to honor the military veterans in the communities we serve through ceremonies of recognition, pinnings, memorials and more. We are ...

Journeying Through Grief at Camp
Journeying Through Grief at Camp
February 25, 2019

Over the past five years, I have been fortunate enough to be able to act as Camp Director for Southeast Wisconsin’s Annual Children’s Bereavement Camp. This ...

Ms. Hilda’s 106th Birthday Party
Ms. Hilda’s 106th Birthday Party
January 21, 2019

If you’re about to celebrate your 106th birthday, there probably aren’t too many things left on your wish list. For our patient Ms. Hilda, however, there was ...

Bringing Your Skills to Seasons
Bringing Your Skills to Seasons
January 07, 2019

The Benefits of Culturally Diverse Volunteers Christine C. is our volunteer services coordinator in San Jose, California. The city of San Jose is rich in ...

Rowena’s Softball Game
Rowena’s Softball Game
October 23, 2018

Sometimes you have to put yourself in someone else’s shoes to understand the emotions, stress, and difficulties they are experiencing. That’s not always an ...

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