Care Dimensions is proud to share our television show, Timing is Everything, which features interviews with experts on a variety of issues of living with a serious illness and end of life concerns. With her vast knowledge about hospice and palliative care, host Mary Crowe, LICSW, ACHP-SW, C.D.S., CDP, Director of Professional and Community Education, interviews guests about advance care planning, caregiving, grief, hospice and palliative care, and other topics. Watch the selected episodes below or visit CareDimensions.org/TimingIsEverything to see all episodes.
Our host, Mary Crowe, interviews Care Dimensions Creative Arts Therapist Lisa Kynvi about how music therapy and creative arts therapy can bring comfort and creative expression to patients with advanced illness to improve their quality of life.
March is Social Work Month. While some people may associate hospice and palliative care with nurses and aides, social workers are also an integral part of the team, supporting patients and their family. In this episode, host Mary Crowe welcomes on social worker Kelli Ann Sullivan, who talks about her background and her role.Watch
Our host Mary Crowe sits down with Laurel Mauroy, the Bereavement Coordinator and Counselor at the Bertolon Center for Grief and Healing. Laurel talks about grief and defines 'complicated grief' while also describing ways in which people face and cope with these types of grief.Watch
Our host, Mary Crowe, interviews Care Dimensions' IT Support Services Supervisor Hope Drysdale about the challenges she and her family experienced caring for her father who had Alzheimer's Disease at end of life and how hospice was able to help the whole family.Watch
In Care Dimensions' very first cable TV show titled "Timing is Everything" Education Coordinator and Host Mary Crowe interviews Chief Medical Officer Stephanie Patel, MD, to dispel the myths surrounding hospice care and to empower individuals dealing with an advanced illness to access.Watch
Since 1978, Care Dimensions, formerly Hospice of the North Shore, has provided comprehensive and compassionate care for individuals and families dealing with life-threatening illnesses. As the non-profit leader in advanced illness care, we offer services in over 100 communities in Massachusetts.