Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care

 

A message from Annemarie Switchulis, RN, BSN, MSN, President and COO of Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care.  As an organization, Seasons has had a longstanding commitment to advancing an internal culture of equity as well as in the communities we have the honor of serving….

Change is difficult, and it seems to be the only constant these days. At Seasons, we understand the value of self-care and respite for the family caregivers we support. During the COVID-19 pandemic, many caregivers are experiencing increased amounts of pressure, fear, exhaustion, isolation and…

Fear is an interesting and powerful emotion. It can prevent us from doing something dangerous, acting as that sixth sense that helps us to make good decisions. But it can also prevent us from living up to our potential and fulfilling our responsibilities as human…

Coping with COVID: Strategies for Grieving 

28 May 2020, Posted by Seasons in Community

Processing the death of a loved one is difficult no matter the circumstances. However, there are real reasons why grieving can be harder now due to the Covid-19 pandemic: Some of us have lost multiple family members, friends, or community members within a short period…

Coronavirus: Keeping Our Communities Safe

23 Mar 2020, Posted by Seasons in Community

A message from Annemarie Switchulis, RN, BSN, MSN, President and COO of Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care  As the coronavirus pandemic continues to expand across the United States, Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care is committed to serving our patients, keeping our communities safe, and protecting…

Mail From the Chiefs

29 Jan 2020, Posted by Seasons in Community

The Kansas City Chiefs have a lot going on right now, but that didn’t stop them from taking care of one of their biggest fans. When our social worker Terrell learned that one of our patients was a huge Chiefs fan, he reached out to…

Making Connections Through Art

18 Nov 2019, Posted by Seasons in Community

One of the best things about making a connection can be how surprising it is! When our team director Kim met our patient Elizabeth, Kim knew there was an instant connection. She wasn’t sure if it was her smile that lit up the room or…