Hospice Worker Approaches Dying Woman’s Bed While She Sleeps. Then They Catch THIS On Camera

I only ever see bad things about Hospoice workers in the news, so when I saw this I knew I had to share it with you. We expect the best from Hospice workers because we trust them with the people we love most. They are highly trained and look after people who are no longer able to care for themselves.

I’ve seen complete horror stories about people being abused or treated badly when no one else is around.

Obviously, that isn’t always the case.

Typically, we only ever hear bad things on the news. We shouldn’t let the bad work of a few people ruin discredit the amazing work the majority of workers do every day. These are the people truly dedicated to their job.

At the Austinburg Nursing & Rehab Center in Austinburg, Ohio, a hospice worker named Josh Woodward came across a patient named Mary Redmond and immediately recognized her face.

When Josh was just a child Mary had once tauhgt him how to play the piano. Josh couldn’t believe it. She had done a lot for him, to try and lift her spirits he went above and beyond.

Marti Redmond, Mary’s daughter-in-law, wrote on her Facebook page: “Hospice workers are angels but this hospice aide is special. Mary taught voice and piano in her day and this aide Joshua Woodard was one of her students as a kid. [What] special people hospice workers are!”


Credits: Eric Andersson | Auntyacid

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