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19 hrs ago | Charleston Gazette
A little over four years ago, my ailing father decided he was ready to, as he phrased it, "leave this vale of tears." A little over four years ago, my ailing father decided he was ready to, as he phrased it, "leave this vale of tears." My father decided to stop any treatments designed to save or prolong his life and began preparing for the end.
The new N. F. Moore sunglasses, a Wayfarer-esque style available through Mountain Equipment Co-op, are named for Nigel Frederick Moore, and their $32 cost will go to Canuck Place , which provides palliative care to sick children.
Hundreds of walkers strolled into the sunshine on Sunday to raise money for The Myton Hospices.
Former Launceston mayor Janie Finlay tells yesterday's rally of the palliative care her late mother received at Philip Oakden House.
Shaun Hayes, a registered nurse, makes a bed at the JourneyCare in Woodstock on Monday.
Two bank workers from Deeside and Donside have been getting in gear by cycling 850 miles around Scotland for charity.
Life goes on for young people who are diagnosed with cancer and are in palliative care, says Dr Rachel Hughes, who works in youth oncology services.
Frequently, families wait until a loved one is at the very end of life to call for hospice care.
A furry team isn't just deployed in disaster zones; there's a group of dogs comforting people in need around Colorado Springs.
IN A SHOCK announcement yesterday palliative care beds will be moved from Orange hospital to Molong, forcing family and friends of terminally ill patients to travel from Orange to be with their loved ones in their final days.
However a Palmerston man who reached that milestone this past Saturday is still happiest when volunteering his time to help others.
Students in Southpointe Academy's Citizenship Club create posters for a community fundraiser June 1 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with proceeds going to Canucks Place.
This inspiring addition to the landscape at the hospice, near Arundel, will be realised through Greenfingers, the charity dedicated to creating gardens in children's hospices around the UK.
HRH The Duke of Gloucester with patient Catherine Roselli, Dominic Forte, patients son in law and Jamie Thomson, Charge Nurse of Margaret Kerr Unit.