Hospice of the Valley videos
We are privileged to care for some pretty special people, who inspire us daily with their grace, strength and courage.
Visit our inspirational video library to see how Hospice of the Valley care teams strive to meet their needs and make every moment matter.
A loving husband honors his wife’s legacy with a special gift that brings happiness to patients, families, visitors and staff at our Dementia Care and Education Campus.
Veteran Larry Lambert loves to spend time with Legacy Corps volunteer Meredith Bartlett every day. The national program matches volunteers with families receiving care from Hospice of the Valley, providing companionship to patients and respite for their caregivers.
Thanks to some talented singers with the Sweet Adelines Chorus, one of our social workers wanted to make the holidays extra special for one of her patients who is living with dementia. Their gift of music is a memory they will all treasure forever!
Ron Garner salutes Kenneth Hamrick on his 89th birthday to honor his military service during the Korean War. Our deepest appreciation to each of our veteran patients and volunteers who sacrificed so much and fought for our freedoms.
During this pandemic, our care teams have been a ray of sunshine to thousands of lonely patients and anxious caregivers. Gloved, masked or wearing personal protective equipment, they have steadfastly provided round-the-clock tenderness and compassion. Here’s a behind-the-scenes glimpse of their inspiring grace and courage.
Hospice of the Valley is so grateful to partner with Maricopa County Public Health to administer COVID-19 vaccines to our frontline workers and volunteers who make companionship visits to our patients and families.
Roger Mitchell turned his love of nature photography into a gift, donating a collection of his beautiful images to Hospice of the Valley for the enjoyment of patients and families.
Hospice of the Valley patient Eamon Treanor may have dementia, but it doesn’t diminish his desire to see his hometown in Ireland one last time. See how his awesome social worker, Callie Dettinger, teamed up with the Flight to Remember Foundation to make that dream come true.
At HOV, we love to make patients’ dreams come true. Social worker Katie Cozby worked with the Arizona Cardinals to surprise superfan Boyce Martinet and the hometown team made it happen, even during a pandemic!
What a privilege to honor our veteran patient Ronald League for his service and sacrifice to country. This touching tribute visit provided by Hospice of the Valley volunteer Larry Petrowsky elicited tears of happiness from all who were present.
We love to make our patients’ dreams come true! See how our social worker Andrea worked with Dream Catchers and SkyWest Airlines to give Ron Davis a flight to remember!
Happy 100th birthday, Opal! Observing COVID-19 safe distancing rules, Hospice of the Valley partnered with Greenway Home Care to grant our sweet patient’s wish for a luau-themed party.
One of the most loving things you can do is make health care decisions about end of life while you are still healthy.
D-Day veteran Chester Dorr receives HOV Salutes on 75th D-Day anniversary.
Our beloved Susan Rose bids farewell after 42 years of dedicated service to patients and families.
Helen Nicol pitched in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League from 1943 to 1952.
A surprise meeting makes a basketball fan's day!
See how a pet therapy visit can make someone's day!
Our music therapy program is helping patients and their families relax and heal at the Phoenix Indian Medical Center.
See how interactive pets bring joy and comfort to patients with dementia.
Hospice of the Valley and the Phoenix Art Museum promote community wellness with no-cost mindfulness meditation.
Hospice of the Valley is helping to educate the next generation care professionals.
Hospice of the Valley CNAs sing to our patients and families.
Compassionate care helps patients and families feel supported during every stage of the hospice journey—to live every moment.
Phoenix Symphony musicians play music for dementia patients at Hospice of the Valley’s Gardiner Home.
Our perinatal program supports a couple whose baby had a life-limiting condition.
Hospice of the Valley patient Inga was inspired by our Pet Therapy calendar—she picked up her pen and started sketching!
Hospice of the Valley patient had always wanted to ride on a train. Thanks to Valley Metro for creating a virtual train ride she can experience over and over again.
Quiet Moments program explores what activities most enrich each each person with dementia's life.