Spiritual Care at End of Life for those touched by cancer. One-hour session / 1 CE
The participant will broaden their understanding of the role of spiritual care at end of life. It illustrates how each hospice patient and their family are faced with significant spiritual questions when confronted with a life-threatening illness and how spiritual interventions are used to help develop the dying individual’s awareness of and connectedness to their expressed beliefs in a manner that enhances their sense of meaning and purpose.
Presented by Great Lakes Caring. Stewart’s Caring Place: A Cancer Wellness Center; free, 330-836-1772.