Posted on September 15, 2014 in Crossroads NewsDuring June 6, 1944, better known as “D-Day,” Joseph Zigovits was a Chief Yeoman for the United States Navy. Typing direct orders from famed admirals John E. Wilkes and Don P. Moon for an entire fleet, Zigovits proudly remembers serving his country during the Battle of Normandy and throughout World War II.
Blog: Hospice Views - September 2014
Posted on September 14, 2014 in Hospice EducationThe Funeral Rule is one of the most important—yet rarely talked about—consumer-protections offered to families or individuals planning a funeral in-advance or at the time of need.
Posted on September 11, 2014 in Happiness Project“Please let it be me,” Buster’s expressive eyes say when his owner, Seddie Barber, pulls out the yellow vest. The appearance of the vest means that one of Seddie’s therapy dogs is going to be heading out to volunteer that day and each hopes it’s their day.
Posted on September 4, 2014 in Hospice EducationLet’s face it: We all have certain conversations we want to avoid. You know what we’re talking about: those awkward topics that could come up at home, work, school or when we’re out with friends. Things like being honest when a friend asks if they’ve gained weight (and they have); or when your boss has an idea that he just will not let go (and it’s terrible); or acting like everything’s fine and dandy around a patient who’s incredibly sick and getting treatment (but it’s not working).
Posted on September 2, 2014 in Crossroads NewsFred Choate met Patty Hosfield in 2009 through an online dating service. They quickly went on their first date and as Choate says, “The rest is history.” The couple was preparing for their wedding last year when Choate’s struggle with lung cancer derailed the plans. With the couples’ focus on Choate’s health, they didn’t have time to put together the ceremony they had been dreaming about for some time. The staff at Crossroads Hospice in Kansas City saw their chance to help.
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