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- Providence 38
- Providence Hospice Portland 10
- Providence Home and Community Care 6
- Providence Home and Community Care Northern California 5
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 4
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 4
- Providence TrinityCare Hospice 4
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 3
- 2023 Mobile Tour 1
- American Pilgrimage Project 1
- Providence Alaska 1
- Taos, NM 1
- Providence 19
- Hear Me Now Providence 6
- Triangle Threshold Singers 6
- Providence Hear Me Now 2
- Capital Caring Health 1
- 20 more
Lavona talks with Alison about her upbringing, her life as Registrar, and how her role of mentor/counselor prepared her for her retirement ministry in hospice care.
conversation between long term friends who met in college. One has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer for 6 years and how it has changed her life.
Robert is on hospice with the Providence Hospice LA County program for the unhoused. Robert spent most of his life living on the streets of the South Bay area of Southern California. He spoke with his intake nurse, Briana and...
Peter shared with his doctor, Doug Wilson, a little bit about his life and childhood and a recent experience he had involving Dr. Wilson. Peter recently died and came back with CPR and it has had profound affect on his...
infinity Hospice Care works in partnership with StoryCorps to interview our terminally ill patients. ￼ It is a privilege for us to be able to record their stories so that future generations can learn and benefit from their experience.
Nancy Cypert (78) talks about illnesses that afflicted her best friend and killed her husband; and her appreciation for TrinityCare Hospice.
Stephanie Williams (59) interviews her colleague and friend Sherry Hayes (61) about her long career as a nurse, hers many years working at Providence and how she takes care of herself and others.
Discussing my dad and grandparents’ death along with the memories we shared.
Joan Ruskin, 85, talks to her daughter Susan Steinhauer, , about life after her heart attack and what she now considers important in life.
Carolyn and Marie share with Mike about their career paths and current work
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...
Death and dying interview for class. Questions were asked about my great grandfather’s life and also his passing. Interviewing his daughter, my grandma, gave insight into these experiences.
RN Beth Gafur (56) interviews her fellow hospice nurse Anna Seaver (67) about how personal bereavement with loss of young son, Randy, led to her nursing career. They discuss learning from their experiences of end of life care.
Mom and son, Metta Johnson (74) and Michael Johnson (41), discuss Metta's life growing up in Georgia, her relationship with her husband Clyde Johnson, and her career as a nurse.
Karen and Rick sit to discuss the early days of hospice care and how far it has come in the last 40 years.
Sandra Perez and Nyssa Entrekin talk about similar experiences as care givers and navigating grief. We talk about our relationships with our parents, navigating the healthcare system, and managing grief. This was inspired by Sandra Perez's dad, Rodrigo Perez (who...
Stefani Priskos (26) speaks with Larry Nessly (73) about his involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the thresholds of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to...
We discussed the legacy of my grandmother and the formalities when planning the funeral process.
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.
Ronald talked about his childhood and experiences with war throughout his life.
One Small Step conversation partners Alexa Slonin (47) and Erica L (55) discuss faith, racism, homophobia, and working in healthcare.
Friends and neighbors Gail McGill (67) and Leta Spatz [no age given] share the story of how their husbands' deaths brought them together.
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.
Talking with my mother as I have started to do hospice work to learn about her experiences with end-of-life care over many years.