Regardless of a person’s beliefs or religious traditions, there are spiritual issues that often arise as a patient nears death. The hospice staff are there for the patient and the family, honoring and supporting the cultural traditions and values they hold dear.
The spirit, like the mind, body, and emotions, is a natural dimension of every person. In that, the spirit and spirituality are not defined within the context of a specific religion and its doctrines, but instead as the awareness of one’s relationship with the world, humanity, and one’s overall sense of meaning and purpose.
By providing ongoing support at time of admission and continuing after the passing of a loved one, Serenity Point hospice addresses those needs and changes that arises during this time of change. We encourage joining our community-based grief support group Finding Serenity.