Hospice: Something More
Hospice Foundation of America (HFA) provides this one-hour program for anyone wanting to learn more about hospice care. Underwritten by the John and Wauna Harman Foundation, it tells the many stories of hospice care. Whether it’s the 44-year old mom with terminal lung cancer who goes to her son’s football practice, or the retired professor who chooses to let nature rather than his automatic defibrillator determine when he will die, these first-person accounts of hospice patients and their families will inspire viewers to think about the options available to those with life-limiting illness and the people who love them. Their journeys are supplemented by in-studio discussions with CNN’s Frank Sesno and clinicians who care for hospice patients and their families. This program, which originally aired on RLTV, can be viewed via streaming video by clicking on the player below. In addition, the grant from the John and Wauna Harman Foundation enables HFA to offer a free DVD to organizations and individuals on request. The video is an ideal educational tool for individuals, communities and volunteers. To receive the video, please email email@example.com.
Read the Fact Sheet and the full press release about this special video.