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Laura and her family were asked how having Laura at Innisfree helped them. Her husband, Scott, stated that it was a relief for him as he couldn’t care for her anymore. She had difficulty walking and it took a great deal of energy for her to even go to the bathroom. Scott’s son, Ryan, was also assisting Laura with her care so once she came to hospice he had more time to spend with his mom just being her son.
My mom, Dawn Roussel, passed away at Lisaard House last month. I saw that you are adding a new "making moments matter" section to your site and wanted to contribute:
My mom was fortunate enough to spend the last 10 days of her life at Lisaard House this summer after a long battle with cancer. It is hard to put into words what a relief it was to be at Lisaard House, where the pressure was finally off of me and my family to care for my mom and advocate for her needs.
A lasting gift
Our wonderful staff are always finding ways to enhance our residents and families during their stay. They don’t just look at the resident they look at the entire family.
Jackie a PSW, in conversation with a young resident, shared with her he did not have the strength or energy to create a journal for each of his daughters to have after he passed away.
My family and I are very grateful for the way the volunteers and nurses took care of my grandmother in her final days. You are all grace personified and are truly angels on this earth. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Saturday, 28 November 2015
I just wanted to say thanks so much to the innisfree house for taking care of my grandpa in his last days. The staff is so amazing there. I’m so thankful for them they took great care of him. He left peacefully in his last day with his family by his side. Thank you for all you’ve done for my family.
Sunday, 01 November 2015