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Pastoral Care of the Dying: The Comfort of Dying at Home

Pastoral Care of the Dying:  The Comfort of Dying at Home

Still, it’s better than hospital DEATH comes to all, but some are more sure of its timing, and can make plans. Kate Granger, a 32-year-old doctor suffering from an… American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: The ultiamte dream of many is to die in peace at home.  While this is not always the case, those with more terminal conditions can arrange these settings.  Living life well till the end is sometimes the key to a happy death. Pastoral Care of the dying can take place anywhere, but those fortunate enough to find the luxury.  Many pastoral care givers are able to

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Pastoral Care of the Dying: Hospice, alternatives

Pastoral Care of the Dying: Hospice, alternatives

Mary Pitzer reflects a trend of cancer patients choosing hospice care over aggressive treatment. “I just wanted to be home,” the Martinez woman said. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: More terminally ill patients are opting for hospice and pastoral care for end of lifte treatment than aggressive conventional methods–and the results show a longer life.  Pastoral care of the dying in a more relaxed and natural setting in no doubt helps the person on all phases of life.  This is contrast to a stressful hospital environment and all the intrusive procedures.  Terminally ill patients respond better to pastoral care

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Pastoral Care of the Dying Video

Pastoral Care: Needs of the Dying Certification If you are interested in Pastoral Care, then this video can direct you to the program at AIHCP in Pastoral Thanatology.  Pastoral care of the dying is important.  This program is designed for health care professionals. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ybBJMQ1SRI   If you are interested in pastoral thanatology certification, then please click here

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Pastoral Care for the Dying

Pastoral Care for the Dying

Pastoral Care and Compassion for the Dying More and more people are recognizing the need for pastoral care of the dying.  The fear of dying alone or without compassion is one of the biggest concerns of the dying. Colette Douglas Home of the HearldScotland writes about the need of pastoral care and love for the dying to ease the transition from life to death in her article “We Need a Human Touch on the Pathway to Dying”. ASK anyone if they fear death and nine times out of 10 they’ll tell you: “I’m not afraid of being dead but I’m