In Their Words...

  • Tuesday March 18, 2014 – Tuesday March 18, 2014 405 Lake Zurich Road Map and Directions | Register Description: JourneyCare (formerly Hospice and Palliative Care of Northeastern Illinois)n will host a Volunteer Orientation on Tuesday, March 18, 2014, from 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. at its offices at 405 Lake Zurich Road, Barrington. The orientation will [...]

    Volunteer Orientation on March 18
  • “I was in the hospital for two months, after a series of serious falls. Once I got out of the hospital, I started rehab, but it was incredibly painful due to my chronic arthritis. My doctor contacted JourneyCare to help manage the pain so I could resume rehab. The Care team was able to relieve [...]

    Sam
  • “Since I retired, I’ve really enjoyed spending time with my grandkids.. Lately, my COPD has made it difficult to breathe. My doctor recommended JourneyCare’s Palliative Services team. After a few visits, I was able to breathe better and felt much stronger. Time to hit the mall again with my grandkids!”

    Judy
  • “I knew I didn’t feel well, but I thought that was the way it was always gong to be. My JourneyCare palliative services nurse helped so much. Little changes in my medicine, plus getting the support I needed, made such a difference in my life!”

    Tom
  • “What a blessing for my mom to leave this world surrounded by your love.”

    Charlie
  • “For loving him and all the
    people in your care who are
    all of our Moms and Dads and
    grandparents and some day all
    of us too. Thank you.”

    Judy
  • “We thank you for making the transition smooth and keeping her as comfortable as possible.”

    The Family of Mary Jane
  • “Carole really helped me
    evaluate and decide with more confidence and move forward. For that I will be eternally grateful.”

    Pam
  • “As a family, we’ve wondered many times over the past 7 weeks what we would have done, had Hospice of Northeastern Illinois not been there.”

    Susan and Bruce
  • “On behalf of my mother, I want to thank you for the care and understanding you gave to her.”

    Cheryl