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Mario-Seth Morales and John J. Choi, bereavement coordinators at Compassus–Placentia, show how hospice teams aid families in crisis.
Jennifer Doyle, bereavement coordinator for Compassus – Metairie, recounts how Compassus helped a family through illness, death and beyond.
Joseph S. Wadas, bereavement coordinator and chaplain in Savannah, Georgia, offers ways to handle the sometimes difficult emotions of hospice caregiving.
Amanda Aguilar, RHIT, a team coordinator with Compassus – Denton, offers ways to help children grieve in their own way.
Joseph S. Wadas, bereavement coordinator and chaplain for Compassus – Savannah, cautions that the internet can’t replace real human interaction.
Doug Overall, chaplain & bereavement coordinator for Compassus – Prescott Valley, shows why it’s so important to really listen to patients.
Garry Yeager, M.DIV, D.MIN., bereavement coordinator for Compassus – Flint, uses an intriguing analogy in understanding individual grieving.
Mike Fritz, MAPC/MDIV/ PHD. IFCC, a bereavement coordinator for Compassus — Central Texas, introduced special ways to make annual memorial services even more...
The Rev. Dr. Cathy Genthner, chaplain for Compassus–Scarborough, Maine, had a brush with death that created better understanding of her hospice patients.
Johanna Turner, a retired 35-year hospice professional, shares how to cope while caring for a loved one on hospice care.