Undying Love at the End of Life
Undying Love at the End of Life
March 17, 2021

If you knew you only had a little while left to live, what would you do? This question is very real to our patients, some of whom only have months or even days ...

A Personal Reflection on Injustice, Fear, and Hope
A Personal Reflection on Injustice, Fear, and Hope
June 01, 2020

Fear is an interesting and powerful emotion. It can prevent us from doing something dangerous, acting as that sixth sense that helps us to make good decisions. ...

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 ...

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 ...

It Really Does Matter How We Die
It Really Does Matter How We Die
June 21, 2018

Alan Poteet is a chaplain with our team in Houston. His wife Becky was on our service for a few months in Houston until she died in March of cancer. Alan wrote ...

Speaking the Truth in Love
Speaking the Truth in Love
May 25, 2018

When someone dies, their family processes the life and the loss of that person. Reflecting back on our relationships with a loved one at end of life can bring ...

The True Beauty of Hospice
The True Beauty of Hospice
April 26, 2018

When I first met Tara, instead of shaking my hand, she jumped out of her chair, a big smile on her face, and said, “Oh no, I’m a hugger!” I laughed and ...

The Third Miracle
The Third Miracle
March 20, 2018

“It’s not what I want but it’s what I got.” These were the words I heard from a resident I encountered in the courtyard of an Assisted Living Facility one ...

Bid Whist & Blessings
Bid Whist & Blessings
February 28, 2018

Death and I became acquaintances at a very young age. Raised by my extraordinary, single mother, and two incredible grandparents, I’ve always been proud of my ...

“Do You Really Think She Can Hear Me?”
“Do You Really Think She Can Hear Me?”
January 09, 2018

About a month ago I had the privilege of being at a patient’s bedside as she experienced a peaceful death. I am a Hospice Admissions Nurse and had been asked ...

Man’s Best Friend at All Stages of Life
Man’s Best Friend at All Stages of Life
January 02, 2018

They say that dog is man’s best friend, and those are words that are all too true for pet therapy team Rosemary and her pup, Sophie. From the first time we ...

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