Comfort Care for the Family Caregiver During a Caree’s Last Years

Last week, colleague asked me about our Comfort Care Family Coach program. We’re just finishing up our first session and it’s really been powerful. Here’s why:

  • Palliative care is like a diagnosis, which means plans and expectations change.
  • Hospice care is like the final diagnosis, which means everything changes.

Through the training, we get specific about supporting family caregivers through this tender times. In addition to planning tools, conversational assessments and strategic solutions, you also receive a workshop you can deliver in your community to educate family caregivers about palliative care and hospice care.

I launched this program a few months after my mom died in August of 2022. I did everything possible to ensure my mom’s last years were calm and calming. Despite my best efforts, my mom’s denial, the system challenges and family dynamics made those years stressful. I needed a Comfort Care Family Coach to support and help me.

When you enroll today, you’ll be ready to join our next live training session, which starts June 8 at 5 p.m. ET. We meet for four consecutive Thursdays for two hours.

I’d love for you to consider this training, which focuses on supporting the family caregiver when palliative care begins and then after a caree’s death.

Learn more and enroll in our Comfort Care Family Coach program.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *