- n a lodging for travelers (especially one kept by a monastic order)
- n a program of medical and emotional care for the terminally ill
- But hospice, which well-meaning clergy members imported to this country from Britain in the 1970s, ministers to only 17% of dying Americans.
- The llama visits the hospice each month as part of an animal therapy program designed to decrease loneliness and calm terminally ill patients during the last stage of life.
- PTI's Elaine Shannon visited Buchwald, 80, at the hospice, where they chatted about his forthcoming book, whom he wants to meet in heaven (Judas Iscariot) and his failure to get .
News & Articles
- Hospice hosts hoedown benefit
NEWBURGH — Hospice of Orange and Sullivan Counties, Inc., will host a western hoedown to benefit the Hospice Auxiliary and the Children’s Grieving Center from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 9, at Billy Joe’s Ribworks.
June 14, 2013 - The Photo News
- Hospice offers volunteer opportunities
Life Choice Hospice, based in River Edge and serving patients in this area, is seeking volunteers “to enrich your life and the lives of our patients and their families,” said Life Choice Hospice Volun
June 14, 2013 - Madison Eagle
- Hospice in top 100
SUPERIOR — Copper Communities Hospice announced it has been recognized as a top 100 hospice agency by Deyta, LLC. The award, Hospice Honors, is an annual honor that recognizes agencies providing the h
June 13, 2013 - Florence Reminder and Blade-Tribune
- Art Buchwald in Forbes
I am known in the hospice as The Man Who Wouldn't Die,Buchwald wrote in March. "How long they allow me to stay here is another problem. I don't know where I'd go now, or if people would still want to see me if I wasn't in a hospice. But in...
- Max Clifford in Belfast Telegraph
They are not at the hospice,said Mr Clifford. "They will be going to see her today. They don't know it's a hospice - they think that she is in hospital. She certainly wouldn't want to be hallucinating in front of them or anybody. That's...
- Jon Katz in Newsday
I was drawn to hospice work because I wanted to do something with my dogs that was more meaningful than some of the traditional dog-human activities, like sheepherding or even conventional therapy work,Katz says.