From my Aunt’s Perspective #GSUDeathF19

Discussing my dad and grandparents’ death along with the memories we shared.

Interview Project
December 3, 2019 App Interview

This is an interview with my friend asking me about my grandmother and her journey through hospice, and how the class i’m taking has changed that.

My Mama Willa – Jaelon Thompson

We discussed the legacy of my grandmother and the formalities when planning the funeral process.

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Harriet Thompson, Mollie Mana'o, and Nora Nielsen

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.

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Kirsten McClure and Claudia Augustine

Claudia Augustine (44) and Kirsten McClure (46) recall personal experiences volunteering with hospice and what drew them to the work.

Interview with Mary Beth Reckmeyer, NP

This interview with Mary Beth Reckmeyer, NP, touches on the timeline of her 40+ year nursing career. She discusses her passion for caring for the elderly, her interest in mentoring new nurses and nurse practitioners, her vision for the future,...

Interview with Fiona About Social Work, Hospice, and Caregiving
December 14, 2019 App Interview

I interviewed my neighbor, Fiona, about her job as a hospice social worker. We also discussed death, caregiver burden, and each of our own experiences with these.

The Giving Hands of My Family

My mother and I talked about her expiernces with Ride for Three Reasons with her Dad, and other charitable events she has taken place in.

Dorothy Mullen

End of life interview with environmental activist who chose hospice early for improved quality of life.

A Social Worker’s Journey to Serving America’s Heroes

A social worker from the Department of Veterans Affairs shares his fondest memories and talks about his path to becoming a social worker as well as his experiences with the We Honor Veterans program and how he became chair of...

Just thankful

Truly listening to someone else is a gift. It’s a gift to yourself and to the person you are listening to.

Jordan Hall interviews his great grandfather Bill Skinner, who is currently on hospice.

Throughout the interview many questions are asked to my grandfather. We discussed what he is most grateful for. We talked about his time in the air force and how it affected his life. He explained to me what he wishes...