My Hospice Round Up: Spiritual Care
What My Hospice means is different to each individual and family we serve. This month, we asked the #MyHospice community to share stories about spiritual support in hospice care. See some of their responses below:
“I’m a Hospice Chaplain and it’s a such an amazing calling to help at the end of someone’s journey. To provide Spiritual support to both patients and families is blessing! 🙏🏽”– Kelli Booth
“I’m a Hospice Aide. I pray with patients I take care of. My parents both had hospice and they both were well taken care of.”– Judy Turner
“Spiritual care is the most important. If a patient is not content and ready to let go spiritually, it’s hard for nurses to find the right regiment to make the patient comfortable.”– Brandi Lea Paez Gonzalez
“I have had two siblings who had Hospice, can’t say enough about the [care] they provided in every area including spiritual.”– Sondra Sprick
“My husband is a hospice chaplain and he and his co-workers provide the best care, spiritually as well as emotionally and physically. They love their patients and the families. God bless all of you.”– Lynn Erben Dusek Gillaspy
Thanks to everyone who submitted a comment on our NHPCO Facebook post! Stay tuned for a new opportunity to share in September.
We invite you to keep promoting the power of hospice by joining the My Hospice campaign. Please consider sharing this post with your family and friends on Facebook and Twitter, or share your My Hospice story with us.