Before I Die, I Want To…

Following the death of friend to liver failure, artist Candy Chang went through a long period of grief and depression. During that time, she grappled with questions about dying, how she wanted to live her life and maintaining perspective amid … Continued

Giving the Gift of Comfort

With help from her nurses, a patient signs her daughter’s birthday card, knowing this is the last time she will do so. A wife embraces her husband, sharing a final dance before she is helped back to bed. Jayme Persch, … Continued

Solvay “Feels Like Home”

“Caregiving often calls us to lean into love we didn’t know possible.” ― Tia Walker, from The Inspired Caregiver: Finding Joy While Caring for Those You Love More than 43 million Americans provide unpaid care to an adult or child, according … Continued

Solvay Provides Comfort

Dave Emerson knew Solvay Hospice House had good things to offer. Yet, it was nothing like what he expected. “Everything was warm and peaceful,” he says. “I just didn’t realize what a quality place it is.” Dave’s mom, Carol, fought … Continued

Ensuring the Future of Solvay Hospice House

In 2007, the Miller-Dwan Foundation opened Solvay Hospice House. Since then 1,800 patients have been cared for in the home’s warm and comforting embrace, while families have gathered to share sacred moments at the end of loved ones’ lives. “Solvay … Continued