The Care Dimensions Hospice House is a peaceful place offering 24/7 clinical support for the patient. That allows families to spend quality time with their loved one.
Twenty years after his wife Cheryl was on hospice, John Sacramone and his family honor her memory while also celebrating new beginnings.Read more
Education has always been at the center of Charlotte Mason’s life. So when she was diagnosed with stomach cancer at age 75, she wanted to learn all she could about her disease and this new phase of her life.Read more
For more than 50 years, Barbara Swenson put her family’s needs first. At age 83 and living with Alzheimer’s disease, Barbara now has her family and Care Dimensions to ensure she has what she needs to live at home with dignity and without pain.Read more
When Rev. Lee Riggs understood his wife Lynn’s symptoms were progressing rapidly, he didn’t know how much more medical care she would need, "but I knew it was time to call Care Dimensions. The support is there if you ask for it and it can make a tough time so much easier.”Read more
In memory of their beloved mother, Danielle and her siblings placed a tribute brick along the walking path in the Garden of Remembrance at the Care Dimensions Hospice House and attended Tree of Lights. "We're especially grateful to support the expert and compassionate care other familes need at the end of life," she says.Read more
So Lisa O'Neill's dream could come true, to see her daughter accept her diploma at Saint Anselm College, her family, her Care Dimensions hospice team and college officials collaborated to stage a special event that was livestreamed so she could watch it from her hospital bed at home, with her family and her Care Dimensions hospice team beside her.Read more
After John's mother, Anna, showed increasing signs of dementia, he moved her into the Rockport home he shared with his husband Mark so they could care for her better. When her health worsened they knew they needed more help and called Care Dimensions. The hospice team provided a full spectrum of care for Anna, but also John and Mark. "It was a relief to know there was a whole team taking care of us," Mark said.Read more
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.