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Patient Emotional and Spiritual Support

Don’t let fear, anxiety, anger or guilt steal your opportunity for a meaningful end-of-life experience. The expert guidance from Hospice of Northwest Ohio’s counselors, social workers and chaplains will help you and your family come to terms with your illness and other concerns so you can achieve end-of-life goals together.

They will help you identify and address the issues that concern you most, encourage important conversations with family and friends, and help you find peace with your circumstances so you can make the most of every day.

Support is also offered for the families of our patients.

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Suggested Reading

Into the Shadows: Caring for Your Seriously Ill Adult Child

By Patricia Ringos Beach and Beth E. White

Proof of Heaven

By Eben Alexander, M.D.

Facing Death and Finding Hope: A Guide to the Emotional and Spiritual Care of the Dying

By Christine Longaker

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"When my husband received both home, in-house and nursing home care: very impressed and feel good about how well he was treated, always kept clean, (very important) and attended to. Staff were always pleasant with good humor and cheerful. They were very knowledgeable, about all care needed. Thank you from the entire family."