Palliative care is designed for comfort and pain management. It is for the seriously ill, but for those who are trying to get better. Palliative care helps minimize pain and discomfort. 90% of hospitals that have over 300 beds have a palliative care program.
Chaplains are educators. Chaplains provide spiritual care, and educate people about end of life. Bill is familiar with 55 religious preferences and helps facilitate the dying’s wishes. Bill said that according to the “happiness index”, Bhutan is the happiest country because of how they deal with death. Chaplains deal with human issues, not necessary religion.
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She's been working over 20 years with the hearing impaired as a nurse, and she also has a personal story. She told the story of how she was run over by a skier who didn't understand that she couldn’t hear him yelling at her to get out of the way.
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Neil has been correcting injuries fort the past 16 years. He has amassed over 25,000 hours of personalized exercise and injury work. Furthermore, during the past 5 years he has been incorporating Ki-Hara Resistance Stretching into his work and the results have been profound! This technique helps with Muscle Re-calibration.
Some of his clients were told that they’d never run again and they began running in as little as 8 weeks. Read more HERE.
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How did she become the happiness ambassador? Maura Sweeney was called “water works” by her grandmother because she was always crying. She made a decision when she was young to become a happier person, and she did! She watched older people and found out that those who were following their own minds were happy, and those who were following what someone else wanted them to do weren’t.
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