I am so grateful to the RN and CNA for their compassionate, professional care of my mom, especially, but also for the kindness and guidance, they offered my sister and me. Our “common sense” would have caused us to do most things wrong.
To all the compassionate people at Hospice of the Valley, how fortunate that we were to have you help and care for our mother at the end of her life. You have no idea how perfect your care, words, and actions were at a difficult time for us. You truly surrounded our mother with loving hands and made her passing so peaceful.
People are so spooked by the whole idea of this natural process, that they think that signing up is going to cause them to think about death more, and, therefore, die sooner. I’m here to testify that’s not true. You don’t die any sooner because you signed those papers, and once again, you establish some control. I am here to testify that that simply isn’t true.
You guys are AMAZING! This time in my life was very difficult and my grandmother’s nurse made the inevitable easier to accept and deal with. I am sure my grandma would agree. To everyone at Hospice of the Valley, on behalf of my mother, my sister and myself, thank you very much. Because of you, my mother was able to live at her home until she passed away. We couldn’t have done it without you! Thank you for your care, your devotion, your amazing support, and your love throughout our mom’s last months. We are all so deeply touched.