A hospice responds to the unique needs of the terminally ill by providing physical and emotional care to dying persons and their families. The hospice philosophy seeks to allow the terminally ill person to be at home, close to family and friends, while still under professional medical supervision. (From HospiceWeb)
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Blessed Gérard's Hospice
Objective is to care and counsel persons afflicted with AIDS or HIV. Based in Mandeni, South Africa
David Kessler and Elisabeth Kubler Ross
Includes hospice and end of life resources with frequently asked questions about death and dying as well as a hospice locator and helpful articles.
Provides information on hospice care, terminal illness, end of life issues, caregiving, and grief. Includes FAQ and online donation facility.
Helping to establish Hospice Care in Africa, to provide or support the provision of palliative care to terminally ill cancer patients in the African setting.
Hospice Foundation of America
A not-for-profit organization that provides leadership in the development and application of hospice and its philosophy of care.
The Hospice Home Page
Useful ideas and topics of interest for hospice organizations. Monitored by Dale Larson, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Director of the Counseling Psychology Program at Santa Clara University.
Hospice Patients Alliance
Includes resources to help patients and families obtain the very best hospice services and resolve problems.
Ina and Jack Kay Center for Supportive Care
Hospice in the Hadassah medical center in Jerusalem.
St Luke's Hospice
Charity caring for terminally ill patients in and around Cape Town, South Africa. History of the organization, news, description of their services, events calendar, and how to help.
Registered charity specialising in care for people living with cancer and life limiting illnesses. Overview of the establishment along with details of its services, admission, and location. Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England.
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