Hospice By The Bay, formerly known as Hospice of Marin, is an independent, Medicare and Medi-Cal certified not-for-profit healthcare provider diligently attending to essential physical, spiritual and psychological needs of adults and children who are coping with various stages of progressive and incurable illness in Marin and Sonoma counties.
For nearly three decades, Hospice By The Bay’s goal has been to help terminally ill patients and their loved ones make the most of every remaining moment ... Read More
The Valley of the Moon Team is a program of Hospice By The Bay serving Sonoma County since 1992. Services are similiar to those provided by Hospice By The Bay, formerly known as Hospice of Marin.
Hospice By the Bay: Valley of the Moon Team
Sonoma, CA 95476 (Map)
Teléfono: (707) 935-7504
Fax: (707) 935-7590
Hospice Foundation of America is a not-for-profit organization that provides leadership in the development and application of hospice and its philosophy of care. Through programs of professional development, research, public education and information, Hospice Foundation of America assists those who cope either personally or professionally with terminal illness, death, and the process of grief.
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Please Note: Donations must be made directly to Hospice of Petaluma, 416 Payran St. Petaluma, CA 94952. To access HoP for services, make donations or contact them call 707-778-6242 for more information.
Rooted in community, Hospice of Petaluma has been providing quality, compassionate hospice care and grief services to individuals and families facing life-threatening illness or the death of a loved one since 1977. Hospice of Petaluma and our sister program, Memorial Hospice, are a service of the ... Read More
For over 150 years, JFCS has provided comprehensive, caring social services to Bay Area residents of all ages. With over 40 programs and services to choose from—including our nationally acclaimed Seniors-At-Home and Parents Place—we’re confident you’ll find whatever you need at JFCS. We serve families and seniors both, including services to caregivers, information and referral, counseling, home visits, bereavement groups and more. We have an in-house chaplain who is available for families ... Read More
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Last Acts Program spearheaded the national movement in the late 1990s on into 2004. Incredible research and publishing was completed during that period and available through this site along with more current publications.
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Living Old is one hour Frontline program filmed November 21, 2006 presenting a powerful and intimate journey into the uncharted territory of Americans living longer than ever — and what it means for them, their loved ones and our society. On this site you can view the whole program or individual chapters including:
The Stories-Living lives that neither the elderly nor their families ever prepared for.
Interviews-Doctors, one family’s story, and a conversation with a remarkable 94 year-old.
The ... Read More
Rooted in community, Memorial Hospice has been providing quality, compassionate hospice care and grief services to individuals and families facing life-threatening illness or the death of a loved one since 1997. Memorial Hospice and our sister program, Hospice of Petaluma, are a service of the St. Joseph Health System, a Ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange.
Patients and families receive interdisciplinary patient care with individualized attention to nursing, psychosocial, spiritual ... Read More
The Center for Practical Bioethics, formerly known as the Midwest Bioethics Center, has a 20 year history of raising and responding to ethical issues in health and healthcare and works specifically in the following areas. Researchers looking for Midwest Bioethics Center publications should contact the Center for Practical Bioethics.
Clinical and Organizational Ethics: solving moral problems by educating and empowering healthcare professionals and their institutions, advocating for patients’ ... Read More
These guidelines prepared by the Palliative Care Council of South Australia give an overview of cultural issues when serving Latinos, Vietnamese, and people of Muslim faith. Guidelines consider religion, place of treatment, communication of diagnosis/prognosis, role of family/relative/friends, role of health professionals/volunteers, attitudes to pain relief and euthanasia, taboo words, handling of the body, burial and other issues.
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