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Grief & End of Life Care

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On End-Of-Life Care: 'When You Walk Into A Room - You Don't See A Patient. You See A Life.'

On End-Of-Life Care: 'When You Walk Into A Room - You Don't See A Patient. You See A Life.'

Dorreen Rardin and Jackie Reed in Columbia are both long-time nurses who spent their careers working in palliative end-of-life care.

After they retired, they joined together to co-found Caring Hearts and Hands of Columbia, a social model home for the dying – basically a community-supposed home for terminally ill people.

They spoke about what needs to be done to improve the end of folks’ lives and about what the community could do to help as they work toward creating a social model home.

Hospital Ministry & COVID-19: 'It Seems a Lot Less Personal. But There's Still Power in Presence.'

Hospital Ministry & COVID-19: 'It Seems a Lot Less Personal. But There's Still Power in Presence.'

Father Francis Doyle is the pastor at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Columbia. He works closely with Deacon Michael Berendzen who coordinates the Columbia Catholic Hospital Ministry.

They spoke about how the Columbia Catholic Hospital ministry has had to make some changes to the Anointing of the Sick and hospital visits during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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