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Testimonials

We are so thankful for the kind words that people share about their experience with us. Here are a few examples:


"Hospice of Northwest Ohio was an incredible group of people. The RNs, LPNs, and the aides couldn't have been kinder or more compassionate with my mother. "


"HNWO provided my husband the best care possible making it easy to follow his wishes and allow him to pass at home. The entire staff supported me and my family, but I couldn't have done it without his RN and aide."


"My mom received excellent care. The staff was so attentive to her care and also our needs. You have an awesome staff working for hospice. They showed care, warmness, love, dignity for my loved one and family. The follow-up care is so amazing."


"Hospice worked very closely with the nurse at the nursing facility. I wish we would have recognized the signs to have put mom on hospice earlier. The last days of her life on earth were comfortable. Hospice helped minimize her pain."


"We believe in your programs and what you do each and every day. From your therapy dog and tranquil scenery outside to your loving and caring staff, everything is top notch."


"I don't know how we would have handled the situation with both of my parents without the help and loving care from the people of Hospice of Northwest Ohio."


"Everyone was wonderful and caring about my husband and our family. Whenever we needed anything they would provide it. They listened to our concerns, answered all our questions and explained what was happening and what to expect in a very compassionate way that made his passing very peaceful and with dignity which we appreciated and will always be grateful."


"I would like to thank everyone who was a part of my mom's care. She was at home and had hospice care. I know that I wouldn't have been able to keep my mom with me if it wasn't for hospice. Mom lived with me for 20 years with early onset Alzheimer's. And when the end of life part came she was in house and she had such caring nurses, aides and doctor. Our care made the end of her life very peaceful and that meant so much to our family."


"Top notch, professional social worker, she was excellent! She was always interested in what I had to say and listened to me. All of the hospice nurses were excellent and super at their job."


"They were a tremendous support for our son and our entire family during his farewell time with us."


"These are amazing people! I don't know how we would have handled the situation with both of my parents without the help and loving care from the people of Hospice of Northwest Ohio."


"The workers at this hospice are truly compassionate. I learned the hard way that all hospices are not the same. My mother-in-law was a patient at a different hospice and the care was not the same."


"Hospice of Northwest Ohio is the 'gold standard' of care for those at the end of life. Nobody does it better."


"Hospice of Northwest Ohio is amazing. I only had them for a couple of months for my mom. They took a big load off of me as I was the only caregiver for my mom. They gave me so much support, comfort and help. I cannot praise them enough. Thank you."


"All of the hospice nurses were excellent and super at their job."


"They helped us a lot. We are thankful for all their help."


"The love and compassion these folks have is truly one of God's miracles."


"My mom received what she needed. Her care was absolutely the best. The counseling offered to me after my mom's death has been of great help to me. I truly appreciate the counselor and help I am receiving. The aides were top notch. Top, top notch nurses. Can't say enough about them, all appreciated."

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"Hospice of Northwest Ohio was an incredible group of people. The RNs, LPNs, and the aides couldn't have been kinder or more compassionate with my mother. "