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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 ...
 
Saul Ebema and Hospice Chaplaincy present this documentary podcast series about Florence Wald and the hospice movement. Disillusioned by the way terminally ill patients were being treated in American hospitals, Florence Wald who was a nurse, challenged the patriarchal medical establishment of her time and started the hospice movement in the United States that led to one of the biggest healthcare reforms in American history.
 
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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. …
 
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 Construction Group! Learn more about the exciting things in store at this years tournament in this episode of our Changing Lives Podcast. About Hospice Quinte Hospice Quinte assists …
 
Susan Pinker TED Talk Face-to-face communication matters Book: The Village Effect by Susan Pinker Humans are social beings When we feel connected with others, we feel better Robert Waldinger & the Harvard Study of Adult Development TED Talk Quality relationships are key Practice compassion Social media and connectedness Social relationships are so …
 
Grief is a long process to endure when you lose someone you love. In Living With Hospice's fourth grief-centric episode, Mitch addresses the topic of grief triggers and how they can bring up that pain of loss and other emotions, sometimes even years later. While some may be very obvious and predictable, like anniversaries and such, others can hit y…
 
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…
 
Hospice patients and families love their volunteers! This week’s Heartbeat shares the truth about the role of the hospice volunteer. Hospice agencies are required by regulation to recruit volunteers to supplement the patient care hours provided by the agency staff. There are many different jobs volunteers can do, everything from administrative task…
 
Since 2016, he has worked with Frome Medical Practice in Somerset, UK to develop a new model of primary care combined with compassionate communities, one of the most effective therapeutic tools we have in improving length of life and well-being. The health outcomes of this model have been dramatic, with this being the first intervention that has be…
 
Episode 15 of our podcast is all about celebrating the amazing contribution that our volunteers give and hearing about what they get back from giving their time. Regular Chough host Tamsin flies solo this time, but is joined by volunteers Pauline, Sue and Annette along with Frazer Hopkins, our Head of Retail. Listen to why they decided to volunteer…
 
Honors and Awards SLU Scholarly Works Award (for the book The Crisis of US Hospice Care) Emerald Literati Award for Excellence (for the article “Putting the ‘Right to Die’ in its Place: Disability Rights and Physician-Assisted Suicide in the Context of US End-of-Life Care”) 2019 Bicentennial Fellowship, Saint Louis University 2017 Graduate Student …
 
Hospice aides are truly an essential part of the interdisciplinary team, providing some of the most intimate care to seriously ill patients. Today’s Heartbeat shares the truth about the role of the aide in end of life care. Providing personal care such as bed baths, showers, catheter or incontinent care, and skin care is just part of what an aide c…
 
GrandPad founders Scott and Isaac Lien believe no senior adult should ever be isolated. GrandPad keeps older adults and their loved ones connected with easy-to-use technology. The GrandPad device is customized to the communication needs of the aging adult. Using a private family network that allows for safe photo and video sharing, GrandPad keeps t…
 
Daniel is passionate about helping people deal with what’s going on in their lives. Depending on the setting that means embracing their mortality, coping with hospitalization or maintaining combat readiness.Saul Ebema and Joe Newton による
 
No one on the hospice team is more misunderstood than the chaplain. Today we’re clearing up myths about hospice spiritual counselors. Lots of people think spiritual counselors (commonly called chaplains) are there to convert or change faith beliefs. That could not be further from the truth. The role of the hospice spiritual counselor is to support …
 
Joe Newton has been the co-host of the Hospice Chaplaincy show from the very beginning but he has never shared his journey to hospice chaplaincy work. We thought this would be a great opportunity for our listeners to get to know Joe Newton a little more.Saul Ebema and Joe Newton による
 
In this 3rd episode of the Fact or Fiction series, we’re talking about the problem-solvers of the interdisciplinary team - social workers. Social workers are a vital part of hospice care. There’s a lot of misinformation about the role of a social worker so we’re sharing the facts about what they really do. Social workers act as advocates for patien…
 
Sharondalyn is also an educator certified in Georgia and California, she taught students from Pre-K through collegiate levels in her home state of Georgia, and she is an advocate in the education field. Through her career expansion in chaplaincy, she continues to provide compassionate care and hopes that others can reap the benefits that chaplaincy…
 
We're thrilled to talk with our guest Shaun O’Leary, Joint CEO of St. Christopher’s Hospice in London as he shares how St. Christopher’s is building on its rich history to move hospice care forward into the future. Founded by Dame Cicely Saunders, St. Christopher’s was the first modern hospice center and acted as a model for hospice care in the U.S…
 
The hospice physician and nurse practitioner play key roles in the care of hospice patients. In today's episode we’re sharing facts about what the hospice doc and NP really do. It’s important to remember the patient (or a designated decision maker) is in charge of the care the patient receives. The hospice physician or the attending doctor the pati…
 
Released to coincide with Dying Matters Week 2021 this podcast episode features our hosts Gina Starnes and Tamsin Thomas in conversation with Gwendoline Treseder, one of our Occupational Therapists at Cornwall Hospice Care, talking about Advance Care Planning. We plan for a birth in a very detailed way, and we should consider doing the same for whe…
 
Bob Madar from KBOO Local Folk series has come back to do a special series highlight caregivers. Caregiving is especially challenging during COVID, and we hope that those who are taking care of loved ones know that they are not alone in their challenges.Lumina Hospice and Palliative Care による
 
Spirituality means different things to different people. For some, religion and faith are part of their spirituality; others may look to cultural traditions to meet spiritual needs, and some may seek spiritual fulfilment in nature. In this week's Changing Lives Podcast we discuss traditions and spirituality at end of life. About Hospice Quinte Hosp…
 
Paul’s Publications 1. 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 2. Chapter Holding the whispers in the dark in Skills for children’s work SCM 2019…
 
Do you know what a hospice nurse really does? In the first episode of our Fact or Fiction series, we’re sharing the facts about hospice nursing - the perfect topic for Nurses Week! The hospice nurse isn’t there to make decisions for patients and caregivers, but to offer support, education, along with clinical care. While the nurse will teach about …
 
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…
 
May 2nd to the 8th marks National Hospice Palliative Care Week. This year’s theme, “The Light of My Life” is a campaign with a dual purpose – to provide us with an opportunity to shine a light on those who matter to us most, and to bring hospice palliative care issues to light. Learn more in this week's episode of Hospice Quinte's Changing Lives Po…
 
The pandemic has created challenges in the ways hospice agencies provide bereavement care. Hospice of Southern Maine is making the technology work. Today’s guest is Carol Schoneberg is an End of Educator and Bereavement Services Manager for Hospice of Southern Maine. Carol acknowledged that various challenges related to social distancing made the b…
 
End of life care can be confusing. The Heart of Hospice is here to support anyone experiencing hospice care, including personal and professional caregivers. If you’re a hospice professional, it’s important to understand the perspective of patients and families so you know how best to meet their needs. Between them, Jerry and Helen have over 20 year…
 
Becoming a caregiver can happen gradually without you even noticing it – you start calling more often, you cover more of the chores at home, you pick up their prescriptions – or it can happen quite quickly – they are given a diagnosis with a poor prognosis or they take a damaging fall, requiring urgent treatment and full-time care. In this week's C…
 
In this week’s episode, Saul and Joe talk remotely with Janine Folks who works as a chaplain with Seasons Hospice in Detroit, MI. Janine began her chaplaincy journey with a pediatric hospice where she was instrumental in helping the families of dying children process grief. In this episode, she shares her remarkable life journey and professional tr…
 
We all need to designate someone to speak for us when we can’t voice our healthcare wishes. Now is the best time to choose your healthcare proxy. A healthcare proxy, or medical power of attorney, acts as an advocate for the needs of a patient in alignment with the patient’s desires. It’s important to have the correct legal documents in place for wh…
 
Mitch sends his sincere gratitude to listeners and readers as Living With Hospice surpasses 5000 podcast downloads! Truly blessed to be able to continue bringing this message of strength, hope and experience, Mitch shares his expectations from when we first started the podcast and some appreciation, support and encouragement we've received from our…
 
Her book addresses topics that family, friends, and loved ones often shy away from - what will happen in the final days or weeks before we die? Our society is programmed to ignore death until it's right at our door, but experienced hospice nurse Beth Cavenaugh wants us to be prepared and know our options so that our final days on Earth can be fille…
 
Caring for someone is hard. You give a lot of yourself acting as an advocate for their care and assisting them in their daily lives. Though we can’t make your job as a caregiver easier, we do have a few suggestions from Caregiver Solutions to help you provide better care. Tune in to learn more in this week's Changing Lives Podcast. About Hospice Qu…
 
In the final episode of our patient advocacy series, we’re talking about supporting advance directives to honor end of life wishes. Caregivers often advocate for loved ones to prevent unwanted care. As advocates for family members or friends, caregivers are called to respect the wishes expressed in directives to physicians, diagnosis-specific direc…
 
Hospice of Southern Maine has harnessed the power of virtual reality to educate about end of life care. CEO Daryl Cady shares how their innovative VR program “Clay” teaches what the hospice experience is like for patients and families. Through VR technology, the hospice journey of virtual patient “Clay” and his family demonstrates to both layperson…
 
Raised in the Goddess tradition and since having her children, Awen has walked a path as a healer, teacher, and celebrant. She tries to live in a way which embodies wildness and a deep love and compassion for all beings. Awen seeks to hold space for change and transformation. She teaches people how to live life by the moon, trust the coincidences a…
 
Sometimes being an advocate for a loved one includes voicing concerns and complaints. Knowing who to talk to and how to do it is important. It’s a good idea to start with the case manager from your hospice team. If that doesn’t work, voice your concern to the director or administrator. Escalate your complaint if there’s not an appropriate response …
 
In 2016 Jason answered the call to chaplaincy and began pursuing the needed education and qualifications. He has worked both as a hospital and hospice chaplain. He is currently the full-time chaplain for Hospice of Southwest Georgia. He is also the Lead Minister for Cornerstone Church of Christ.Saul Ebema and Joe Newton による
 
If you’re a caregiver, you’re an advocate for your loved one. Knowing what records to keep is important. Some things need to be saved, some can be shredded. If you stay organized, you’ll be able to find the documents you need in a crisis. A few of the items you want to make sure you keep are a current medication list, a healthcare history, and all …
 
There’s more than meets the eye when it comes to the role of the hospice chaplain. In this episode we’re talking with hospice chaplain and Jewish Rabbi David Gold. David gives insight into the work of hospice chaplaincy and shares the traditions that affect how Jewish patients and families experience death and dying. There seems to be a lot of conf…
 
In this episode, which links in with the launch of the 2021 Open Gardens fundraising campaign, our hosts Gina Starnes and Tamsin Thomas chat to "The Cornish Gardener" George Kestell. George is a well known gardener and garden expert in Cornwall and can often be heard giving advice and answering questions on the local BBC radio station. He is also a…
 
For over 10 years, Hospice Quinte has been planning to expand its services and address the need for a community-based Hospice Quinte Care Centre to serve individuals living across the greater Quinte Region. And now, aspirations to provide our community with this much-needed option for palliative care services is becoming a reality. Tune in and lear…
 
Give A Mile is a nonprofit organization that provides flights for those that cannot afford to fly to be with a loved one who is palliative or critically ill. They have just expanded to the U.S. and would love to get connected to families that need their flights. The Founder, Kevin Crowe experienced this power first-hand during the passing of his go…
 
In the 2nd episode of our Patient Advocacy Series, we’re talking about how to get the best results from interactions with healthcare professionals. Before appointments, it’s important to write down any questions you have. Even if the patient can make his own decisions, it’s useful to have another set of ears. The patient should be allowed to respon…
 
Dr. Jim deMaine is Retired Pulmonary/Critical Care MD. Emeritus Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine. He is an advocate for those unable to speak for themselves; and also passionate about ethics of autonomy and how that plays out in nursing homes and assisted care; in creating systems to help the frail e…
 
Being a healthcare advocate for someone you love can be challenging. In the first episode of our Patient Advocacy Series, we’re talking about...talking. Communication is key. Everyone needs an advocate, someone who can keep track of information and coordinate with the healthcare team. The exchange of information during serious illness can be overwh…
 
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…
 
The Grief Recovery Institute estimates grief costs U.S. business close to $100 billion annually. Anthony and Guy Casablanca at Grief Leaders have written the book that every leader needs. The Dying Art of Leadership: How Leaders Can Help Grieving Employees Excel At Work is the resource that any manager or leader needs to support struggling team mem…
 
Dr. Jeff Spiess is the author of the new book, Dying with Ease: A Compassionate Guide to Making Wiser End of Life Decisions. In 2016, the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine named him the 12th annual recipient of the Josephina B. Magno Distinguished Hospice Physician Award. And in January 2019 he fulfilled a lifelong dream of appear…
 
Have you heard stories about people that are on their deathbed but seem to linger on, as if they're waiting for something or someone before they crossover? Whether they are worried about family, money, finances or just fearful of leaving this earth, it is sometimes a struggle for our loved ones to be at peace with leaving this world. In this episod…
 
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