A Bag That Holds No Privacy

One of my favorite primetime series is This Is Us. It depicts the Pearson family’s triumphs, troubles, and tight bonds. Its heartwarming drama captured many hearts. For me, one episode stands out: The Death of Jack Pearson. He dies suddenly and unexpectedly. His wife, Rebecca, breaks down. Alone and devastated, she receives his belongings in a plastic bag … Read more

April 16th is National Healthcare Decisions Day

Do you ever think about your wishes for care through the end of life, or if you were incapacitated and unable to communicate your wishes? On this National Healthcare Decisions Day, take the time to reflect and start the conversation about what matters most to you.   Several tools and resources are available to help … Read more

Announcing Our New Logo

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We have news! Today we are releasing our new logo. You’ll see the new design on our website on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and YouTube. Soon you’ll see it in all our products, as well. We believe the new logo resonates more closely with our purpose: a nonprofit focused on honoring the lives of all individuals … Read more

The Unimaginable Milestone

I knew this day was coming, and I dreaded the thought. Over the past two years, I often referred to the numbers. The numbers revealed global COVID-19 cases and COVID deaths. Updated daily, the COVID-19 Dashboard posted by Johns Hopkins University & Medicine dictated how we spent our lives, primarily indoors. Most of my days were spent … Read more

Transitional Bridges Launches the Patient Assistance Program

We are so grateful to our many supporters whose generosity enabled Transitional Bridges to reach our recent $10,000 fundraising goal. Transitional Bridges is pleased to officially announce individuals may now apply for financial assistance using our secure online application. The goal of the Patient Assistant Program is to help reduce unexpected financial burdens by providing … Read more

Emerging from the Darkness

Everything about our lives has changed. Our daily routines have been altered, our connections with people have become digital, and some have been lost. Without knowing vaccine status, hugs, handshakes, and innocently reaching out to touch a hand are only memories. While many people are desperately eager to get back to normal, some have a … Read more