LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – Patients at Nathan Adelson Hospice are getting a chance to virtually visit places they thought they wouldn’t ever see again.
By partnering with Flight To Remember (FTR), Nathan Adelson Hospice can get aerial video footage of a special place for the patient and their loved ones to watch together from the safety of the patient’s room or home.
“We are excited to provide this opportunity for our patients,” said Karen Rubel, president and CEO of Nathan Adelson Hospice. “We know that medical care isn’t the only thing that hospice patients need. This is another valuable service we offer that brings comfort to our patients, as well as their families and friends.”
Flight To Remember uses drone technology to capture professional quality video of a special place for the patient and their loved ones. These places could include their hometown, a vacation spot, the mountains, the beach, or a favorite park. FTR then creates a video for the patient to watch, which helps them see something that they associate with joy and happiness at a time when they are dealing with significant emotional hardship. This service is provided at no cost to Nathan Adelson Hospice patients.
“We are proud to be partnering with an organization like Nathan Adelson Hospice,” said Ashley Davis, director at FTR. “They strive every day to provide quality care for their patients, and offering this service is another example of their dedication.”
About Nathan Adelson Hospice
Nathan Adelson Hospice is the oldest, largest and only non-profit hospice in Southern Nevada. Founded in 1978, Nathan Adelson Hospice provides comprehensive end-of-life care to more than 400 patients and families every day. Recognized as a national model for superior care, the vision of Nathan Adelson Hospice is that no one should end the journey of life alone, afraid or in pain. To learn more, please visit their website at www.nah.org. About Flight to Remember The Flight To Remember Foundation is a 501(c)(3) designated organization based out of Cleveland, OH, and has coordinated flights for their program all over the world.