When we hear of someone who has been diagnosed with cancer ~ don't we all wonder ~
What can I do to help?
In 2015 it was estimated that well over 650 thousand families filed for bankruptcy due to illness and medical bills. There are ways to help!
Part of what we can do is come together to offer compassionate circles of care within our communities.
One does not need to have a medical degree or license to care for and be of support to those receiving curative care for a life altering illness, or those suffering with a chronic or terminal illness.
The Heart of Dying Project offers on going programing, support groups and trainings within the Cleveland community.
Navigating the healthcare system
Building nurturing support teams
Compassionate caregiver support
Help in staying ahead of symptoms
Facilitate family meetings
Inclusive spiritual support
Creating sacred spaces
Palliative comfort care
Comfort touch therapies
Intentional prayer & Spiritual care
Personalized taped meditation
Living life review
Journaling & legacy work
Intuitive massage & Reiki
Advocacy & referrals
Living Life reviews
Ceremonial Body Washing
Telling our stories & legacy work
Care for the Caregiver
How exploring death can change us
Advanced Planning & MOLST forms
Breathwork to ease anxiety
Let us design a support system for your specific needs by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org