When in life have you felt most alone? If you could hold on to one memory from your life forever, what would that be? How has your life been different than what you’d imagined? How would you like to be remembered? Do you have any regrets? When in life have you felt most alone? When in life have you felt most alone?
StoryCorps Legacy provides people of all ages with serious illness and their families the opportunity to record, preserve, and share their stories by partnering with organizations across the country, including hospitals and clinics, pediatric centers, hospice and palliative care departments, and disease specific organizations. We provide trainings to prepare our partners to conduct and record interviews using equipment we provide, and we help them incorporate the StoryCorps experience into their existing services.
Featured Stories from Legacy
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James L. Brooks, Advisor, Training and Outreach, AARP Office of Volunteerism and Service (Richmond, VA)
Ira Byock, Executive Director and Chief Medical Officer, Institute for Human Caring, Providence Health and Services (Torrence, CA)
Allie Shukraft, Social Worker, Levine Children’s Hospital (Charlotte, NC)
Daniel Spurgeon, Physician and Writer (Los Angeles, CA)
David G. Stevenson, Associate Professor of Health Policy, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine (Nashville, TN)
Lillian Tsai, Assistant Director, Social Work, Mt. Sinai Roosevelt Hospital Center (New York, NY)
Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota (Minneapolis, MN)
Hinds Hospice (Fresno, CA)
Hospice of the Valley (Phoenix, AZ)
Norwell VNA and Hospice (Norwell, MA)
North Shore-LIJ Health System (New Hyde Park, NY)
Roswell Park Cancer Institute (Buffalo, NY)
Transitions Clinic Network (New Haven, CT)
Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center (Scottdale, AZ)
Zen Hospice Project/UCSF Medical Center (San Francisco, CA)
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