A life well lived includes dying well; that is, having spiritual, emotional, physical and social needs met at the time of a loved one's death.
The Good Samaritan Society's Christian faith tradition requires providing people help in the present and hope for the future. We hold out hope we have in Christ, that even death cannot separate us from God's love.
Our approach to caring for a person who is dying or has died includes, but is not limited to:
- Care during the dying process
- Faith experience at the time of death
- Care after a loved one's death
- End-of-life care for non-Christians
Within each slide presentation below are links to click for other resources and perspectives within the Good Samaritan Society on the dying process and dying well.
Click the slide presentation below to learn more about care during the dying process.