Palliative Care Series: April 2011 Archives
Tuesday April 19, 2011
Posted by Stan Kennedy
Chapter 1 - Listening and the Little Things
We meet a nurse educator and a volunteer with hospice and palliative care Cape Breton. We find out what it takes to do the job... and what it gives back.
Chapter 2 - Music to Soothe the Soul
Music doesn't cure.... but music therapy is part of the healing process in hospice palliative care.
We'll learn more about the program in Cape Breton and meet a lovely lady who has found her voice.. and in doing so has given her family a gift from the heart.
Chapter 3 - Volunteers and Organizers
We meet some dedicated volunteers and organizers on this the 25th anniversary year of hospice palliative care in Cape Breton.
Categories: Palliative Care Series
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