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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.
 
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!
 
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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Becoming a hospice nurse opened her eyes and changed how she saw her world. She discusses some of the wonderful people she cared for until they passed, and the lessons she learned about life through death. https://www.thehospiceheart.net저자 Saul Ebema and Joe Newton
 
Utilizing every discipline on the hospice interdisciplinary team helps to ensure the best outcomes and quality of care. Here 's why. Each member of a hospice team brings unique skills along with specialized training to the care of a seriously ill patient, and their caregivers, too. Nurses (RNs, LVNs/LPNs), doctors, and nurse practitioners manage th…
 
September is Healthy Aging Month. Healthy Aging Month was created to empower people over the age of 45 to take charge of their lives, their health, and their passions. This is not just about eating right and getting exercise. It is also about planning ahead. This includes planning for your end of life care. It can be hard to do, but creating an Adv…
 
In this episode of Living With Hospice, Mitch makes good on a promise made during the first episode to answer questions that readers have submitted over time. In this episode, we discuss active dying, telling our loved ones that we are out of treatment options, accepting the choice when someone chooses Hospice over curative care and finally, we get…
 
Barbara Karnes, author of the iconic hospice guide “the little blue book” Gone from My Sight, talks with Jerry and Helen about ritual, self care wisdom, and thriving as end of life workers. We’re honored to feature our third discussion with Barbara about what she’s seen during the last year. As a hospice RN, Barbara understands how important it is …
 
There’s a lot to process when a hospice patient dies. Grief emotions along with business decisions can make it complicated. Today we’re talking about what a hospice death events looks. Death is common in hospice care, and interdisciplinary teams are highly skilled in caring for patients and families when it occurs. Nurses, social workers, chaplains…
 
Katie’s story “What Happened in Room 10?” won a George Polk Award for Magazine Reporting in 2021. It is the product of a months-long investigation into the first COVID outbreak in an American nursing home — and, more broadly, the rise of the for-profit nursing home industry. Previously, she worked as a documentary film correspondent and producer at…
 
Saul Ebema: Florence Wald received a Bachelor of Arts degree in physiology and sociology from Mount Holyoke College in 1938 and immediately enrolled in the 30-month nursing program at Yale University. However, by the time Florence went to Yale University School of Nursing, there was beginning to be a shift in philosophy of care where the primary fo…
 
Saul Ebema: In Latin, the word hospice means to host a guest or stranger; Florence Wald, centered her life on hosting a dignified end of life process that honored the patient’s personhood. Her ideas around death and dying led to the formation of the first modern hospice in the United States in 1974. Because of her, there are thousands of hospice pr…
 
One of the major milestones in serious illness occurs when a patient stops eating and drinking. We're talking about why it happens, how to cope with it, and what it means. When someone with a serious illness moves toward death, he might begin to have difficulty taking in food or fluids. It's a hard thing for those who love them to watch. Patient mi…
 
Linda Bryce has worn many hats in her career: attorney, advocate for the elderly, ordained minister, bedside singer, author, and end of life doula. The culmination of all her experiences has been collected into her book, The Courage to Care: Being Fully Present With the Dying. She has been a hospice vigil volunteer and has sat at the bedside of hun…
 
In a recent CARENET report, poor communication was cited as a contributor to compromised care for palliative patients. Their research showed that up to 70 per cent of seriously ill, hospitalized elderly Canadians have been given invasive end-of-life treatments that they simply did not want. Find out how to improve communication at end of life in th…
 
A Vice President of Hospice UK, David is also a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences and has been a board member of the European Association for Palliative Care. In 2015 he served the Scottish Government as Consulting Editor to its Strategic Framework for Action in Palliative and End of Life Care and assisted the Scottish Parliament in its enqu…
 
When you want to support someone who’s going through grief, loss, or a difficult life transition, a carefully curated care package from Beyond Words Co. is the perfect way to say you care. Founder Catherine Hinz realized through her own grief experience how much we need thoughtful care. Through the specially chosen products of a care package from B…
 
Maybe you have heard of a birth doula, but have you heard of a death doula? Just as a birth doula advocates for and cares for mothers in their pregnancy and birth journey, death doulas advocate for and care for the dying in their final days and death journey. A doula’s ultimate purpose is to be present, to listen, and to attend to non-medicinal nee…
 
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How long does the patient have? It’s probably the hardest question for the hospice team to answer. Patients and families have different motives for asking. Sometimes it’s as simple as needing to know how much time to ask off from work, or when to schedule FMLA. The motive for asking the “time question” might be more complicated, related to caregive…
 
Caregiving is often a physically, not to mention emotionally demanding job. Caregivers that are carrying too much responsibility may miss personal appointments, ignore personal medical concerns, eat unhealthily due to lack of time or appetite, overuse alcohol, lose sleep, have fewer social connections, experience depression, and feel resentfulness …
 
When asked, most people say they want to spend their last days at home. And while supports for home death are improving, sometimes a family finds they need help twenty-four hours a day. In that case, a hospice residence might be the best option. A hospice residence is a home away from home where people come to live their final days. When a person e…
 
In Today’s follow up episode, Joe and Saul once again talk remotely with Dr. Phillip D. Williams about his incredible life’s journey. Dr. Phil is currently a chaplain at the VA Healthcare Center in Temple Texas. He has also authored many books and is passionate about end-of-life care. In this episode, you will learn a little bit about his life’s jo…
 
Author Jill Johnson-Young knows a thing or two about grief. She shares her deep, funny, irreverent wisdom in an interview with The Heart of Hospice. Jill is a social worker based in California, owner of Central Counseling Services and is the author of The Rebellious Widow, an insightful look into managing grief on your own terms. After losing two s…
 
There’s a great virtual learning opportunity from the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization at the IDC 2021! The Interdisciplinary Conference 2021 brought together by NHPCO will offer some highly valuable education to hospice and palliative care professionals on September 20-22, 2021. It’s all virtual this year, eliminating the cost of …
 
Biographical Sketch - Dr. Phillip D. Williams, BCC-HPC | Present Position | Chaplain, Southeast Texas, VA Healthcare Center, Temple, TX VA National Chaplain Chairman Hospice Specialty Certification Board, Hampton, VA Consultant, Williams Church Consulting Group, Temple, Texas Adjunct Professor/Board of Governors, Rockbridge Seminary, Springfield, M…
 
Document, document, document! Documentation is vital to how hospice works, but how can we keep it from disrupting patient care? Even though it seems to be a nuisance and takes a lot of time, it’s crucial to the care of seriously ill patients to document everything we do for our patients. Medical records are created from our documentation. It’s how …
 
The Role of Symbols in End of Life Care Symbols are objects that take on a deeper meaning for the person grasping them. Every symbol points beyond itself to a reality for which it stands. Symbols can be both corporate and private, easily recognized but contextualized in the individual experience. Rituals in End of Life Care Symbols are often (thoug…
 
It always seems too early until it’s too late. We’re talking advance care planning, grief, and life lessons with Jon and Michelle Braddock of My LIfe and Wishes. With us for his second interview, Jon shares how My Life and Wishes got started after their experience with the death of Michelle’s dad. My Life and Wishes provides an online platform for …
 
Bereavement care is part of the care a hospice team provides to the patient’s family. Chaplains are often the ones who provide those bereavement interventions. Regulations require hospice agencies to follow families (whoever the patient identified as family) for at least 12 months after their loved one dies. To prepare for bereavement needs, the ho…
 
At Hospice Quinte we meet, and talk to, a lot of people who have become family caregivers for loved ones who are facing a terminal illness. We hear a lot of stories and many of these involve emotions such as sadness, hope, exhaustion, happiness, grace, despair, longing, love, and even anger. Yet, perhaps, the common emotion we hear about is guilt. …
 
A hospice interdisciplinary team provides enhanced support at the time of a patient’s death - and that includes care from the hospice chaplain. The chaplain, or spiritual counselor, is there to encourage those who are grieving, to provide comfort and guidance during what hospice professionals call a “death event”. Along with other team members (nur…
 
In this episode of Living With Hospice, Mitch addresses the many facets of 'closing the books' at the end of our lives, including practical planning, reviewing the bucket list and the often uncomfortable topic of saying goodbye. While this can be an emotionally difficult period, it can also be empowering and is crucial in gaining closure and gather…
 
Glenn is a graduate of University of Maine and the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg. He has a passion for incarnation-based ministry which is why he fell in love with Hospice Chaplaincy...which he did NOT see coming i.e. never considered Hospice Chaplaincy until service on the CCU unit during the VA. His military awards include Bronze St…
 
Once the Initial Spiritual Assessment is completed, a hospice chaplain will make routine visits that are used for life review, legacy projects, encouragement, faith discussions, or whatever the patient says is important. Typically the chaplain (also known as the spiritual counselor) will see a stable patient once or twice a month, and when there’s …
 
You’ll find more information about hospice and how to get the best out of your end of life experience at theheartofhospice.com. Need a speaker for your next company event or conference? Send an email to host@theheartofhospice.com to book Jerry Fenter or Helen Bauer to encourage and inspire your audience. You’re not alone in your hospice journey - w…
 
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…
 
In the second episode of our hospice chaplain series, we’re talking about the Initial Spiritual Assessment, why it’s necessary, and what it includes. Mandated by Medicare, the Initial Spiritual Assessment is completed within 5 days of a patient’s admission to hospice. There’s a lot of information to collect, including details about belief systems, …
 
Death is not something we need to fear. In fact, many people are able to die well because they think about it and plan for it ahead of time. Learn more about how to prepare for a good end of life in this week's Changing Lives Podcast. About Hospice Quinte Hospice Quinte assists terminally ill individuals and their caregivers by offering them suppor…
 
Kristina Jansz in her article, “The importance of pausing” writes. Imagine reading a book in which there are no commas or periods. Page after page, all the words run together making it near impossible to decipher the intended meaning. Imagine listening to a piece of music that doesn't have any rests in it. What you'd experience is a collection of m…
 
In the final stages of life, sexuality is often regarded as not important by health care providers. It is often assumed that when life nears its end, individuals and couples are not concerned about sexual issues and so this is not talked about. Although the need or ability to participate in sexual activity may wane, the need for touch, intimacy, an…
 
Chaplains, or spiritual counselors, are one of the core members of a hospice interdisciplinary team. What's their role in the care of seriously ill patients and their families? In this series, we'll talk about how a spiritual counselor comes alongside patients and caregivers to provide supportive spiritual care. Due to outdated beliefs and myths, m…
 
Author Larry Indiviglia shares the incredible story of "126 Days 11 Minutes: Our Love Story" in his interview with The Heart of Hospice. Revealing his heart and vulnerability, Larry tells the story of his brief but deep connection to his partner Gayle as she deals with stage IV breast cancer. Gayle's passion for life and the Argentine tango along w…
 
Did you know that approximately 25% of Canadians end up providing care for family members and friends suffering from a chronic illness or disability at some point in their lives? Unfortunately, unpaid caregivers are given little to no training before or while providing the care that they do. This can make them feel ill-equipped to care for their lo…
 
It can be a challenge to care for someone you love at home during a serious illness. We’ve got some tips to help you to do it successfully. There are a lot of things to consider - finances, wellness of the caregiver, acuity of the patient, and safety of the home are just some of the items that need to be discussed before someone takes on the caregi…
 
Why do some Hospice patients not make it to their life expectancy while others outlive their diagnosis? How come some patients seem to actually get better once they begin receiving Hospice care? In this short episode, Mitch discusses the factors used in determining the life - expectancy of a terminally ill patient, as well as the factors that are n…
 
Please note that some of the information in this podcast may be out of date. For the most up to date information on Hospice Quinte, please visit our website at HospiceQuinte.ca The COVID-19 pandemic has flipped the lives of caregivers upside down. Learn more about the even greater challenges caregivers are being faced with throughout the COVID-19 p…
 
Most medical mistakes happen during care transitions. Helen and Jerry have some tips on improving those crucial moves between care providers and settings. Care transitions are changes in a patient’s care setting or care provider. Patients may move from living at home to residing in a facility, or make a transition from home health to hospice care. …
 
A home funeral can be a rich and meaningful experience. The National Home Funeral Alliance offers guidance to help make it happen. Our special guest today is Dani Lavoire, former president of the National Home Funeral Alliance. Dani is a birth midwife who made a connection between the experiences of birth and death. The team at the National Home Fu…
 
Please note that some of the information in this podcast may be out of date. For the most up to date information on Hospice Quinte, please visit our website at HospiceQuinte.ca Mark your calendars and join Hospice Quinte on Friday, June 25th, 2021 at Black Bear Ridge Golf Course, for our 2021 Charity Golf Tournament, proudly presented by Peak Const…
 
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