Hospice Worker Walks Up To Dying Woman’s Bed While She Sleeps – Then They Catch This On Camera

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Often times people are reluctant to put their loved ones into hospice care. That might not make sense at first glance. Hospice care is supposed to be trained nurses helping to take care of elderly patients who aren’t capable of taking care of themselves.

That sounds great, right? Well, there’s frequently horror stories about the elderly being treated poorly, and those stories scare people off of hospice care.

But this video is going to fight against those sad tales. Here’s a hospice care nurse who really cares about his job, and more than that he cares about the elderly people that he works with. You’ve got to watch this!

It is sure to help change your position on hospice care, and it’s certainly putting out a positive image.This is a truly moving video that comes from the Austinburg Nursing & Rehab Center in Austinburg, Ohio.

Click to WATCH: Hospice Worker Walks Up To Dying Woman’s Bed While She Sleeps – Then They Catch This On Camera

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5 COMMENTS

  1. THS IS WONDERFUL.. GOD BLESS THIS MAN FOR WHAT HE IS DOING. I HAVE HAD TO HAVE HOSPICE ON TWO SEPARATE OCCASIONS AND THEY ARE WONDERFUL. CARE ABOUT THEIR PATIENT AND ALSO THE FAMILY OF THE PATIENT. <3

  2. What a wonderful caring person. I hope Im this lucky if im ever in this position. I hope there are caring people like this in the Uk. And what a lovely voice he has as well.

  3. God Bless this man for his amazing voice and kind gesture he gave to this woman in her last hours of living. There needs to be more employees caring and dedicated to their jobs like this man. This is an act of kindness above and beyond! Amen! Amen! Amen!

  4. Hospice is wonderful for the patient and family of the patient .My Dad went to a facility & died within 3 days as expected. My Mom was in my home the last few months of her life & Hospice came to administer to her here. Both experiences were positive .

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