Not all Hospice stories are ghastly.
#3 Tales Of Generosity.
Hospice and Nursing homes are places where people step in with ardent trust but mostly, it beholds its place in news for the oddity in their behavior and ill treatments. But not all stories are unpleasant and loathsome.
The story pertains to the worker at Austinburg Nursing & Rehab Center in Austinburg, Ohio and how he treats one of his patient who is on the verge of dying and is counting her last breath.
Not all humans can repay their favor and what this guy did was simply sweet and generous.
Go ahead to know the heart touching story of the worker and his patient.
#2 The Last Song.
Joshua Woodward, the worker, stopped by to keep a check on one of his patient, Mary Redmond, and the moment he saw her, the face was very familiar to him. Mary had taught him piano and vocals when he was a 9 year old.
Seeing her in the vulnerable condition, he decided to pay the dues of her kindness. Standing by her side, he sang beautiful Christian hymn “How Great Thou Art” while she was fast asleep.
Mary was special to Josh and during her last moments he made a small effort to cheer her mood. See the beautiful performance by this worker in the video ahead..
#1 Hospitality Well Appreciated.
While Joshua was singing a song to her teacher, which would probably be her last song, he was captured in the camera and his benevolence was appreciated by millions on social media.
Mary’s daughter-in-law, Marti Raymond said,”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!”
Be all ears to the beautiful song Josh sings Mary to sleep.