Hear Me Now is a storytelling program at Providence, created in partnership with StoryCorps. Hear Me Now’s mission is to give patients, loved ones, and caregivers a sacred space to share their stories and make healthcare more humane.
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Elizabeth shares with Julie about her early experiences with The Mount, how she began volunteering and her continued relationship there.
Steve tells his story about career changes from ballet to occupational health therapy, his path toward Buddhism, personal relationship and connecting back to community through volunteering.
Bob, a charge nurse for long term care at Providence Mount St. Vincent (The Mount), share some of his memories from his 30+ years at The Mount. He says The Mount is about family and community. His wife is a...
Anne's roots to The Mount run deep. Starting around the age of 10 when her family would come here to listen to her 80 yr old grandmother, Eusebia Parker, entertain the old folks to becoming a two-time board member. Her...
Harriet Thompson (96) speaks with her friend and chaplain, Mollie Mana'o (44) about how they first met when Harriet had come into hospice, her recovery from cancer and their ongoing friendship.
Pou talks about her work as a nurse for Providence Mount St. Vincent, and the health disparities within the Samoan community.
Julie shares with Storey about her introduction to The Mount, her volunteer experience and the resident experiences that touched her.
arents talk about entering their children in the Intergenerational Learning Center and its importance to them and their children.
Long time volunteer reflects on time spent with family at The Mount and the wonderful community that led him to coming back and giving back to The Mount 20 years later
Rita Schneider (93) was interviewed by Jane Ashe(72) about her life as a nurse and mother
Sr. Rita first lived at Providence Mount St. Vincent (The Mount) when she was a novice back in 1947 and later took her vows at the chapel there. After leaving for her first mission, she returned in 1972 and became...
The daughter of a resident interviews her mother and they reflect on fond memories at The Mount, and what The Mount has meant to multiple generations of their family.
Debra and Beth both shared their histories and experiences at The Mount
Former and current colleagues within the Providence Mount St Vincent foundation talk about what makes The Mount special. They talk about the importance of the mission continuing and the people, volunteers and residents who created a legacy.
Elizabeth shares with Ann about her 45 year history with The Mount and shares her memories throughout those years.
Laurie shares her history working at The Mount for decades.
A volunteer turned employee reflects on his time at The Mount since he was a baby and why this is a place of friendship and love for him.
Hilary, a 7-yr volunteer at Providence Mount St. Vincent (The Mount), explains how serving at The Mount has shaped her and what it is like for her to have a family member live here. He's found a lot of love...
Kate shares with Molly about her connection with The Mount as a family member and then as a foundation board member.
Joan shares her history with The Mount's Intergenerational Learning Center and how it all started.
Sister of Providence discusses her changing work in the Providence community.
Two friends tell the story of how they met, their journey to becoming chaplains, how their friendship deepened but also changed.
volunteering at The Mount pre and post Covid
Sister Charlene talks about resisting the call to be a sister and finding joy in the work. She has been a Sister since 1957 and began her work with The Mount in 1978. She shared many stories of her time...
Description: Kaylea talks about being the Infection Preventionist in a Long-term Care Community at the Mount and what that has been like during the COVID-19 pandemic. She shares her perspective of the best and worst parts of pandemic life working...