Psychological Needs Everyone needs these, not just those sick or dying Understanding – openhearted listening – let go of self- … Continue reading Responding to the Needs of the Dying
Be kind to yourself. If you have been the primary caregiver for the dying, often there are feelings of relief, … Continue reading Self Care for the Bereaved
By Paul Protheroe Volunteer stories: The business with Bill NB: Names have been changed out of courtesy for the patient. … Continue reading Volunteer Stories: The business with Bill
Not all of these can be covered at one time. The following are only suggestions. Each person is unique and … Continue reading How to Talk About Death
There are two essential experiences that we can achieve through this meditation: wisdom and method. The wisdom experience is intensive … Continue reading Meditations
What’s the buzz with “Mindfulness”? Continue reading Mindfulness
Our way of living comes from a spiritual foundation. This philosophy of life is the basis for our motivation to serve others through hospice work. It is not imposed on our work; it is the sourceof our work. Although our philosophy is Buddhist, other spiritual traditions also hold these same or similar principles: Continue reading Our Philosophy
Ecie Hursthouse was inspired by His Holiness Dalai Lama, whose teachings stress taking universal responsibility for those in need. Continue reading Our History
Amitabha Hospice Service needs more volunteer caregivers now!
THE NEXT FREE TRAINING STARTS
Wednesday 7th of March 2018 Continue reading Volunteers Needed!
We have wonderful news that His Holiness Dalai Lama has accepted our invitation to be Patron of Amitabha Hospice! Continue reading His Holiness Dalai Lama is now Patron of Amitabha Hospice!
This will be an evening of fun and discovery to improve your listening skills whether you are a volunteer with Amitabha Hospice or a professional with challenging clients. Continue reading Catchy Communication