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Everyone's end of life journey should be comfortable, peaceful and dignified. In every episode, Mitch Ware, long time Hospice Bedside volunteer and former Hospice client, will share his experiences and knowledge to show others how they can achieve the best palliative care available through Hospice. And, he will take your questions and answer them on future episodes as well. If you are considering end of life care, this podcast is for you!
 
Hospice Quinte's weekly 4-5 minute podcast brings you important information about end of life issues, bereavement, grief, hospice palliative care, and Hospice Quinte's services and events. Hospice Quinte also hosts 15 minute interview specials called "Heart to Heart with Hospice Quinte". Changing Lives and Heart to Heart can also be heard on 91.3 Loyalist Radio in Belleville, ON.
 
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The Hospice Podcast is produced by St John‘s Hospice, based in Lancaster and providing services across the South Lakes, North Lancashire and parts of North Yorkshire. This is your gateway to the field of palliative care. Each episode takes on a different topic, discussed by our highly experienced staff. After the last year, many more people are open to discussing the topic of dying – whether this is in a hospice, hospital or at home. More and more people are becoming aware and open to the id ...
 
Tamsin Thomas and Gina Starnes of Cornwall Hospice Care chat with guests about the many aspects of hospice care in Cornwall. This podcast began in January 2020 at what was the start of the anniversary of 40 years of hospice care in the county. Each episode features special guests from around our hospices, shops, fundraising teams, supporters and many more as we talk about things important to hospice care and how that is funded.Cornwall Hospice Care is a registered charity in the county of Co ...
 
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How's your self-care these days? We're getting back to the basics of care of body, mind, and spirit. Maybe your self care got off track during the pandemic, but it’s always a good time to do a care inventory. It’s important to ask yourself 5 things about your self care: 1) Is it affordable? 2) Is it sustainable? 3) Is it enjoyable? 4) Is it flexibl…
 
Certified Dementia Practitioner Nicole Shute is talking with us about CareStory and its mission to make caring a collaborative effort between caregivers and families. According to the CareStory website, CareStory is “a non-medical digital solution approach to bridge the gap between aging populations, their families, and caregivers. It provides indi…
 
We’re clearing up the confusion about using therapies (physical, speech, and occupational) for hospice patients. It’s one of the confusing issues in hospice - whether therapy modalities can be used in end of life care. The truth is that PT, ST, and OT can be utilized in hospice. The goal of these therapies is not rehabilitation or long-term strengt…
 
Solo caregiving is a complicated job. Creating a caregiving village can make it easier. Over 54 million people across the U.S. are unpaid caregivers. They might provide care for a spouse or partner, child, friend, or parent. They might also be providing that care by themselves - a solo caregiver. One person caring for another is often a full time j…
 
Humor and compassion overflow in our guest Benjamin Kintisch, hospice chaplain and director of Life Review: The Hospice Musical! Working with hospice patients as a spiritual counselor inspired Benjamin to tell his patients’ stories in songs that captivate the audience. Benjamin holds a Masters in Sacred Music and Cantorial degree, and has completed…
 
Choosing hospice care can be a very difficult decision, whether it’s for yourself or someone you are about. It’s important to respect those choices. Most people who decide to utilize hospice care have experienced a serious illness. Sometimes there’s been a catastrophic health event that limits someone’s life expectancy. It’s easy to judge someone e…
 
Words, terms, and acronyms - it’s important to know how to speak the language to get the best quality hospice you can. When you’re in an unfamiliar situation, understanding the terms that are being used will help you to manage things better. There’s a lot of stress when someone is experiencing a serious illness, starting hospice, or communicating w…
 
At sometime in our lives, we will all have a traumatic experience that causes us to have a strong emotional or physical reaction. On most occasions though, these reactions subside as a part of the body’s natural healing and recovery process, but in the moment, they seem overwhelming. In this edition of Living With Hospice, Mitch discusses what happ…
 
In this episode I have the distinct pleasure of interviewing Tonia. She has over a decade of weekend on-call experience. This interview is filled to the brim with practical advice for success with your on-call visits. Tania shares with us how she ended up becoming a hospice on-call nurse and how it works for her family. We address the 7 following s…
 
In recognition of National Healthcare Decisions Day 2022, we’re talking about advance care planning. What’s your plan for your healthcare and who have you told it to? National Healthcare Decisions Day was started in 2008 by attorney Nathan Kottkamp to encourage people to complete their advance care planning. Every year on April 16 (the day after Ta…
 
Hospice nurse and author Pepper Cappuccio is talking with us about his book “Warm Water: The Last Act of Compassion”, and how he creates meaning for patients and their families in their last moments. Carl “Pepper” Cappuccio has been a nurse for over 15 years, and a hospice nurse for 10 years. According to his website peppercappuccio.com, “he became…
 
Using labels for people can be evidence of our implicit bias. Hospice providers can enhance the quality of care by avoiding labels. If you have a brain, you have a bias. It’s who we are as humans. The key to treating our patients and their families with respect and compassion is to avoid labels that make them less than human. Healthcare providers m…
 
Daryl Cady, CEO of Hospice of Southern Maine is sharing details about the 2022 Thresholds Conference. What an amazing opportunity to unite for conversations about end of life! The conference features keynote speaker Elizabeth Gilbert, #1 New York Times best selling author of Eat, Pray, Love. Additionally, the conference includes singer/songwriter M…
 
What do you say to someone who has been given a life shortening diagnosis or is going through a bereavement? These are some of life’s hardest conversations. Dr Simon Edgecombe, Medical Direction at St John’s Hospice talks us through how we can approach talking and helping someone in these situations. Questions? Please email communication@sjhospice.…
 
Today’s guest is a chaplain in the Buddhist tradition and author of “From Grief to Growth: 5 Essential Elements of Action to Give Grief A Purpose and Grow From Your Experience”. You’re going to love our conversation with Paula Stephens!! Paula has a Master's Degree in Exercise Physiology and studied Buddhist Chaplaincy at Upaya Institute and Zen Ce…
 
In 2020 Hospice Quinte introduced two new programs – Bereavement Companionship and Caregiver Companionship. Often, people who are caring for someone with a terminal illness don’t have the time or energy to come to a support group. The Caregiver Companionship program allows caregivers to schedule a weekly call with a compassionate volunteer that can…
 
Jose is the co-founder of Inner Immersion, LLC, an organization teaching a breakthrough mindfulness modality. Together with his wife and partner, Anastasia Hernandez, he has recently co-founded Immersive Arts, a collaborative of art, design and medical professionals working with hospitals and other healthcare organizations to offer calming, comfort…
 
Financial burden is a real problem for over 55 million caregivers across the U.S. What money issues do people need to consider before they take on the caregiving role? Often a caregiver has many roles, including being a full time wage earner and other family caregiving responsibilities like kids. Caregivers spent an average of $7000 of their own mo…
 
Education CMHIMP Certified mental health integrative medicine provider Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Ryokan College, Los Angeles, CA M.A., Clinical Psychology, Ryokan College, Los Angeles, CA B.A., Studio Art, Scripps College, Claremont, CA Phi Beta Kappaโดย Saul Ebema and Joe Newton
 
As our loved ones approach the final stages of life comfort care and quality of life become the top priorities. It is also a time that we must listen carefully to our loved ones, taking their cues to determine what their greatest needs and concerns are. Human nature compels us to nurture our loved ones in many ways, feeding being one method - howev…
 
In this episode I share why it has been exactly one month since I published my last episode. I also explain why it might be a few more weeks before my next episode. Most of this episode was shared without extensive notes and just an outline. The outline was 3 simple points. Turn off your phone Don’t have favorites it’s not about you (or me) I recom…
 
We’re wrapping up our Grief Series in collaboration with Gabby Jimenez of The Hospice Heart, featuring social workers Isabel Stenzel and Lisa Pahl of The Death Deck. After discussing prolonged grief, helping children manage grief, and dealing with grief for someone while still providing care for someone else, we’ve grown in our understanding of how…
 
Memorial tattoos have become a popular way of remembering loved ones. Our guest today is Deborah Davidson, creator of The Tattoo Project. Deborah has done some amazing research and work into how we express our grief through tattoo body art. Tattoos have become more mainstream than ever. As a sociologist, Deborah has researched deeply into death and…
 
Hospice palliative care is made up of two parts – hospice care and palliative care. Palliative, or comfort, care is appropriate for people of any age and at any stage of a serious illness. Hospice care is generally for those who have twelve or fewer months to live and who are no longer receiving active curative treatment. Hospice palliative care co…
 
In episode 5 in our Grief Series in partnership with Gabby Jimenez of The Hospice Heart, hospice social worker Lisa Pahl of the Death Deck is back to talk with us about managing grief for a loved one while still providing care for someone else. Multiple losses can be overwhelming, and Lisa reminds there’s no magic answer. It’s important to assess w…
 
This time our hosts Tamsin Thomas and Gina Starnes are joined by Lymphoedema Specialist Practitioner, Helen Treleaven and Lymphoedema patient, Sarah. We mark Lymphoedema Awareness Week 2022 with a chat with one of Cornwall Hospice Care's experts Helen highlighting how this debilitating condition can affect someone when not treated and the incredibl…
 
Embracing Life After Loss shows readers how to smile through the difficult times - how to take a break from the pain of your loss and find joy in life again. This book is a steadfast compass that offers hope and resilience to anyone trying to navigate through dark times. Here is the link to the BOOKโดย Saul Ebema and Joe Newton
 
Talking about the eventuality of death is not something anyone likes to do - much less plan for. In addition to bringing up a whole host of emotions, it can be just an incredibly uncomfortable conversation to have with someone who is terminally ill. In this episode of Living With Hospice, Mitch discusses why these conversations are necessary to hav…
 
Part 4 of our Grief Series with Gabby Jimenez of The Hospice Heart features bereavement social worker Isabel Stenzel, with a focus on grief in children and young adults. Younger people navigate grief differently. As hospice and bereavement professionals, it’s important to remember to respect the instinct and wishes of the parents. There are numerou…
 
Dr. Phil Swarbrick returns to further our conversation on Advance Care Planning. This time we cover the reality and clear up misconceptions about the paperwork involved including in ACP - including the often talked out (but rarely fully understood) DNACRP. Dr. Swarbrick is one of the senior speciality doctors at St John’s Hospice who has many years…
 
Reid Peterson of Grief Refuge brings a serene energy to our conversation about grief support, self care, and finding your normal inside a grief journey. Thanks for connecting with The Heart of Hospice! Reid is the founder and creator of the Grief Refuge app. He holds a masters degree in transpersonal psychology, and is certified in death and grief …
 
After years of caring for people with serious illness as a physician, Jennifer’s husband, Bob Lehmberg, was diagnosed with a stage IV, metastatic cancer. But caregiving for the man who had made a 40-year career of caregiving as a physician was not easy. When Jennifer’s husband was diagnosed and later after he died, she turned to what had brought he…
 
As a new caregiver, or even a caregiver of many years, navigating the system in hospice palliative care can be hard to do. Knowing how to navigate the path will not only help you to understand the services available and how to access them but will also help you advocate for the person you are caring for. Find out how to navigate the hospice palliat…
 
Social worker and Death Deck co-creator Lisa Pahl is with us for part 3 of our Grief Series in collaboration with Gabby Jimenez of The Hospice Heart. Lisa is sharing tips for grief that lasts for years. We can’t take away the grief of someone else, but we can provide support and comfort through presence and touch. Something as simple as holding a h…
 
During this episode I read a portion of an email I received from a listener when I asked her if she had any questions I could build a show around. In that email she asks me what my sacred activity is. After much thought, I have decided to share my sacred activity during this episode. The truth is that I am completely incapable of doing this complex…
 
Paul’s Publications That’s great! You can tell us how you are feeling’ – Mark, a recently severely physically disabled 11-year-old boy with a brain tumor in G. Fitchett and S. Nolan (eds), Case Studies in spiritual care. (with Liz Bryson and Sally Nash). JKP, 2018 Chapter Holding the whispers in the dark in Skills for children’s work SCM 2019. What…
 
In collaboration with Gabby Jimenez of The Hospice Heart, we’re featuring social worker Isabel Stenzel in Part 2 of our Grief Series. Isabel specializes in grief and bereavement, and she shares guidance about how to cope with grief in healthy ways. Identifying when extra support is needed during a grief journey is really important. Talking with a c…
 
Grief coach Peggy Green is with us talking about her journey through child loss, the lessons she’s learned, and her book “Life After Child Loss: A Mother’s Guide to Survival”. Peggy became a grief coach after experiencing the loss of two children, a nine month old daughter and her 24 year old son. Her wisdom is invaluable for anyone who has experie…
 
Special days and holidays can sometimes trigger memories and difficult emotions in individuals who have experienced the loss of a loved one. For those who have lost a spouse or partner, Valentine's Day can feel particularly cruel because of its emphasis on togetherness, love, and romance. This week's Changing Lives Podcast focuses on coping with gr…
 
Welcome to our series on grief in collaboration with Gabby Jimenez of The Hospice Heart, featuring grief experts Isabel Stenzel and Lisa Pahl of The Death Deck. Gabby, a hospice nurse, began noticing an increase in questions about grief on her Facebook group for The Hospice Heart. She’s partnered with us at The Heart of Hospice to bring you this si…
 
According to Statistics Canada, in 2018 an estimated 25 percent of the population provided some form of long-term caregiving to a loved one. As those with illness face multiple losses and grief, and adjustments to a different life routine, so do caregivers. Caregivers may face losses such as the loss of a job, broken or challenging relationships, a…
 
Prior to her 2019 move to Columbia, she served as Associate Director of the Program for Biomedical Ethics at Yale School of Medicine. She edited Dying in the Twenty-First Century (MIT Press, 2015) and is author of The Lost Art of Dying (HarperOne, 2020), a popular press book on the preparation for death. Books 1. The Lost Art of Dying: Reviving For…
 
In this episode we interview Kris, who is the creator and administrator of the Hospice Nursing Support Group on Facebook. Kris shares some very interesting statistics regarding this group. We also review a few of the group rules to help provide some context for present and future members. Kris shares her experience with another Facebook group and h…
 
Talking with Annie and Josie, from the St John’s Hospice Community Team we talk about poo and bust some myths around what is sometimes an avoided but essential topic in palliative care – bowel care. Questions & suggestions welcome: communication@sjhospice.org.ukโดย St John‘s Hospice
 
Author William Peters is a licensed psychotherapist and author of At Heaven’s Door. In our discussion he describes his own personal experience with a Shared Death Experience (SDE) as a volunteer at the Zen Hospice Project in San Francisco. That experience, along with previous life events, motivated William to spend the next 20 years researching and…
 
When you find out someone close to you is dying, it can be a little overwhelming. Once you have had some time to process the news you may be lucky enough to have some time to plan making memories with your loved one by putting together a legacy project. Legacy projects are projects or activities you do to honour the life of your loved one. In this …
 
In episode 4 of our Self Care Series, we’re talking about nurturing your spirit, supporting hope, and sustaining your spirit while providing care for someone with a serious illness. Just as you care for body and mind, it’s important to provide care for our spirits as well. While caregiving might create isolation for the caregiver, it’s possible to …
 
Dying is a part of living. We will all experience it ourselves and we will all lose someone we love and experience the grief and bereavement that comes with that loss. Even though it is such a fundamental part of life – it seems to be a topic that many people have a hard time talking about. Because it is such a difficult topic – we tend to avoid me…
 
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