Thinking through Plans for Mrs. Smith’s Exit Mrs. Smith’s daughter Elizabeth recently called Wings of Hope for the first time, not knowing if she really wanted to make the call. […]
Meet Amy Manning Wings: Tell us a little about yourself. Amy: I’m 45 years old and the mother of 2 amazing daughters aged 13 and 18. I’ve been married to […]
Meet Sylvia Flahaut Wings: Tell us a little about yourself. I was born in Illinois and have lived in Allegan County since age 5. I graduated from Allegan High School […]
Meet Tom Schipper Wings: Tell us a little about yourself. Tom: I am 64 years old, married to my wife of 45 years. I am now retired and have been […]
Wings of Hope Hospice staff were warmly welcomed at Douglas Cove Health and Rehabilitation in Douglas on Veteran’s Day to honor the veterans who live at that facility. During the […]
A recent patient said she learned the meaning of the phrase, “death with dignity.” She said the Wings of Hope Hospice team cared for her with the love of God. […]
As a hospice spiritual caregiver, it’s hard to bring comfort to a family when they are fighting. I was recently in one of those ugly scenes where a mother lay […]
Death can be difficult to talk about. Learning more about death through Death Education can help increase our comfort level which may make death less frightening.
The many parts of a society’s death system serve a variety of functions.
Individuals who are dying have varying levels of awareness about it. This research is more than 50 years old and is still relevant today.