Montgomery Hospice staff members describe hospice services.
"This is a journey that we walk with you on."
"It’s never too early to learn about hospice. We’re happy to come to your home and talk with you so that you can make an informed decision later on."
Families talk about Montgomery Hospice Casey House.
"Casey House is pleasant and warm."
"The staff at Casey House is very knowledgeable and very professional, very comforting."
In this short video, family members speak about Montgomery Hospice's impact and services.
Learn about music services provided by Montgomery Hospice, including music therapy.
Katherine, Gary and Rosemarie talk about their grief journeys, and how Montgomery Hospice supported them.
A Montgomery Kids physician, nurse and social worker, as well as parent of Montgomery Kids patients, talk about this program.
Professionals talk about hope and communication at end-of-life.
"People need dignity. People need honesty."
Cokie Roberts, Dr. Shnider (cardiologist) and Mary Wassman (nurse) discuss importance of hospice services, and encourage physicians and families to discuss hospice.
"What you never hear is somebody saying I went to hospice too soon. Quite the contrary. It is always I wish I had done this earlier."
"One of the things that has happened in this community that has really improved it is the fact that Montgomery Hospice started here 30 years ago. The care that has meant for my neighbors and my family is just something that cannot be replicated. It is something that is local; it is special and it is terribly, terribly important. I am so grateful."
Montgomery Hospice was highlighted in the Hospice Foundation of America's Spirituality and End-of-Life Care program.
Volunteers make scarves for Montgomery Hospice patients.