Thanks to Care Dimensions volunteers and partnerships with local businesses and other organizations, flowers offer a comfortable presence at both hospice houses throughout the year. ...Continue reading
After visiting hundreds of hospice patients and families, 13-year-old Care Dimensions pet therapy dog Tessie is retiring, but her owner already has a new dog ready to take her place. ...Continue reading
Pet therapy can bring a bit of happiness to those who need it. Care Dimensions Volunteer Nancy Donaldson shares her experience of visiting hospice patients with her dog Wilson. ...Continue reading
Grateful for the support her family received from hospice team members, Susan Phillips is using lessons she learned to help patients and families as a Care Dimensions hospice volunteer. ...Continue reading
Even in the very last, oh-so-painful moments of their son's life, the O'Grady family found comfort and love when Care Dimensions' beloved volunteers brought their dogs to his bedside at the Kaplan Family Hospice House. ...Continue reading
Nancy Moore of Danvers wanted to make meaningful use of her time in retirement, and she found the perfect fit as a hospice volunteer. ...Continue reading
Jan's dogs helped her cope with her husband's death. Now as a volunteer pet visiting team, she and her black Labrador Retriever bring comfort to hospice patients and their caregivers. ...Continue reading
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.