Gone But Not Forgotten – 5 Ways To Remember Your Loved One

People have used a ceremony to help with the acceptance of change for years. In our nation, we use the memorial service to honor the deceased and console the living. After the memorial service, many of us continue to need help around Thanksgiving, Christmas, anniversaries, birthdays, and momentous occasions that bring back the feelings of […]

5 Springtime Events for Seniors

There’s just something so uplifting about spring. Spring does wonders for the soul, whether it’s the birds tweeting, the beautiful flowers or the bright sunshine. Springtime is a favorite time of year for many since we have spent the winter being in the house. There’s nothing like breathing in fresh air and feeling the warmth […]

We Want You!  Volunteers needed

Seasons Hospice is an organization that survives on the dreams, ambitions, and sacrificial time of many volunteers. Hospice volunteers provide companionship to people living with a serious illness and help their family caregivers in a variety of ways. Furthermore, we rely on volunteers to help with office work, fund raising, community outreach and other operating […]

Benefits of Art Therapy

Art therapy can increase the quality of life for those suffering and become a way of expression, even after other types of communication start to fail. Researchers say that there are benefits of using art therapy with the elderly. Art can “awaken responses” and “help unlock sparks of understanding for patients experiencing memory loss.” Creating […]

Why Calling Hospice Is Not Giving Up

If you feel that calling hospice means that’s “the end”, then there are aspect of hospice care you’re unfamiliar with.  It’s associated with the end of life, and that gives it a bad wrap to those who may be in need of it. Accepting the need for hospice care does not mean the person in […]

The Truth About Hospice Care- 5 Things To Know

There are myths that surround hospice care that keep many Americans from enjoying its services. Many believe that it’s only for the wealthy, that it means giving up, and that the patient must first stop receiving treatment for whatever they are dealing with. None of these things are true. Let’s take a look at 5 […]

History of Seasons

Seasons Hospice was founded by a group of caring individuals motivated by a common concern for terminally ill patients and their families. Their effort focused on helping these families deal with the emotional and spiritual issues raised by the patient’s impending death. Seasons Hospice was funded by a group of concerned Tulsa citizens who provided […]

History of Hospice Care

[heading] The History of Hospice [/heading] The term “hospice” comes from the linguistic root of “hospitality”. From the middle ages to the present, caring for the dying has been handled in similar and various ways. In the middle ages, religious orders created “hospices” in key areas on the way to religious shrines that provided shelter […]