The Kim Kelly Burden Foundation is matching all donations from donors up to $50,000 in support of Carroll Hospice’s expansion project through June 30, 2020!
Not being able to gather with loved ones to celebrate holidays can be especially difficult during this time. Although Marylanders have been ordered to stay home in order to stop the spread of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, that doesn’t mean that they can’t connect with family members. It just requires a little creativity.
During this unprecedented time, Carroll Hospice is taking the safety of its patients, families and staff seriously while continuing to provide the quality end-of-life care for which it is known. Here are the latest developments in the ways we are providing care to limit the possible transmission and spread of COVID-19:
Social distancing can be especially difficult when a loved one is in hospice care. Families can employ new ways to give love and support at the end of life when they cannot physically be with their loved one.
Here are a few ways to stay in touch:
At Carroll Hospice, therapeutic music empowers the human spirit—even in the most difficult of times. Lydia Bandy and Jo Morrison know firsthand the power of therapeutic music. Their harp performances at Dove House—Carroll Hospice’s inpatient facility—have literally awakened the soul.