Southlake Nurses Grant a Mother’s Final Wish
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[Southlake Nurses Grant a Mother’s Final Wish]
My mom was a teacher here in Newmarket at Newmarket High School. She was a very caring person, she loved to take care of her family and her friends and a lot of what she did in her life was to help others and be there for others. She was a wonderful mother and you know a great friend to so many people.
RN, CANCER CARE UNIT, SOUTHLAKE REGIONAL HEALTH CENTRE
Jayda: Source: LYBIO.NET
I thought that Lillian was just like a strong woman like you could tell when she first was admitted that she wanted to fight. She wanted to keep going. She wanted – well most importantly to make it to her daughter’s wedding.
My husband and I were planning to have our wedding on September 21st. But in June we found out that my mother had stomach cancer. And because of my mom’s condition we decided to hold the actual wedding ceremony here at the hospital so she could see us get married.
Shanthi RPN, CANCER CARE UNIT, SOUTHLAKE REGION HEALTH CENTRE
So Lilli I’ll talk tomorrow about the wedding. How she wanted to make it for it and want to see her daughter get married.
At one point we were in the hallway discussing potential plans and a few of the nurses overheard us and just kind of jumped to action.
So we offered Olivia to do her wedding at our Southlake in our cancer care unit on the sixth floor out on our patio.
Olivia Aylon: Source: LYBIO.NET
At that time I called them and I was like Matt you need to come – come to America quickly we’re going get married tomorrow, just so you know.
They had less than 24 hours to plan the wedding. So we took it upon ourselves to help and see whatever we could do. We chipped in all money together and we bought the bridal bouquet and the bridesmaid’s bouquet. Myself and one other nurse we actually did the makeup on Lillian and did her hair. So we got her ready for the big day, got her dressed.
It was a beautiful sunny day outside. It was warm, the flowers were beautiful. We even had a wedding cake, a two-tier wedding cake. And it was – it was just very special that we could have – have that moment all together.
The wedding day was like nothing I’ve ever been a part of before. We wheeled Lillian outside and she just came to life like that was such a moment everybody was teary-eyed, it was absolutely incredible, it really was.
Even though it was, I think, very difficult for her, she made the effort to get out of her bed so she could – she could be in a chair for the wedding ceremony which was incredible. She also insisted on getting photos with all of us. And she did stand up for a photo with me.
She gathered all the energy that she had left in her – that she had saved just for that day and that time. And she put it all out there for her daughter’s wedding. So after the wedding when we took her back to her room she fell asleep she was exhausted.
And then the next day she – we – we couldn’t wake her up.
LILLIAN PASSED AWAY ON AUGUST 21, 2018
What made this wedding so special was that you know – we were able to celebrate it with – with our family and with those that we loved. And you know – the flowers, and the dress and everything well they’re – They’re nice and make a day special what it really all comes down to is love and being with – with those that you care about.
Us, nurses on cancer care and palliative care we typically get asked like why do you work there? That’s such a difficult place to work. And usually we say because we love it. This is what we love to do. We love to be here for people in their best times and in their worst times. And the fact that we could be here in one of Lillian and Olivia’s best and worst times makes our jobs exactly what we want them to be.
Olivia Aylon: Source: LYBIO.NET
The nurses were just so incredible and really went above and beyond with everything. You know they were all so caring, and thoughtful. And you know the level of care was just outstanding. They truly are heroes and just made you know the final moments of my mom’s life as comfortable and as happy as – as they could be. And they were – yeah we are so grateful for everything they did.
THANK YOU TO THE SANDIC-AYLON FAMILY AND THE NURSING TEAM AT SOUTHLAKE REGIONAL HEALTH CENTRE FOR SHARING THEIR STORY.
MARCH 1, 1961 – AUGUST 21, 2018
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