We are a multi-generational, multicultural, multilingual, and multi-faith 501c3 nonprofit organization comprised of dedicated professionals and community members.
Comfort Homesake has been providing advanced health planning programs for over 14 years. Since 2004, Comfort Homesake has been preparing families, professionals, healthcare providers, and community members with engaging and effective advanced health care planning training's, programs, and services.
According to the US Department of Human Services changes in the health care system transfer supportive care services away from the hospitals to the community where love ones/caregivers now serve as primary caretakers in the home.
Comfort Homesake (CH) provides services to families, and training support to Caregivers:
We train volunteers to assist with our No One Dies Alone program. The program was created by a nurse who was deeply affected when one of her dying patients passed away with no one at his side. Her mission was to ensure that everyone has someone with them when they die, just as they did when they were born.
Click on the links above for more details about each program and to become a NODA volunteer.
How do Your Emotions Affect Your Decisions?
You are not a safe place for that part of you carrying your pain!
Comfort Homesake (CH) offers support to Caregivers & End-of-Life Doulas through various pieces of training, here are just a few:
Many people who are Caregivers/Doulas have difficulty managing the stress, doubt, anxiety, and physical demands of giving care to another person. Caregivers report their own health has declined; most do not see a doctor because they put the patients' needs first.
These pieces of training currently happen via webinars or through our training modules which we are currently updating.
Click on the links above for more details about each program.
As a Caregiver, it is important to be hopeful, optimistic, and compassionate. Harboring any unforgiveness blocks you from sharing your heart with others, making for unhealthy relationships in every area of your life. Our Soul Journey Webinar and Training Module teach you how to Anchor your heart, so you feel more secure and safe. It is important to feel so you can heal.
Since 2014 Comfort Homesake has placed a high priority on providing support across the continuum of caregiving, by helping caregivers care for themselves, and manage their own well-being. Our trainings and support group included services that help maintain the caregivers' health; spiritually, psychologically, and physically.
Join our Soul Journey Facebook group, Where we host regular support group discussions each month. Also, stay informed about upcoming events, trainings, and webinars.
"At the end of the day I am at peace, because my intentions are good and my heart is pure."
Transcendental belief is a conversation that explores spirituality and the human experience.
We take a look at how we create communities filled with patience, understanding, and respect. We acknowledge the possibility that our difficulties in understanding may have more to do with our history and training than with the particularities of the traditions themselves. We ask that you keep an open mind.
Transcendental Beliefs presents scholarship on a number of transcendent beliefs from around the world and explores the context of life overcoming death. If we knew we would live again, how would our current lives be different? If we believed material offerings are part of the life of the dead how would it change the way we grieve? Join our chat, contribute, and explore diverse end-of-life views in a supportive environment that allows people to speak openly about their values and beliefs. Healthcare providers will learn how to create space for listening and eventually witness the approach of transcendence through the vehicle of a patient’s own beliefs. These are some of the questions designed to take us out of our comfort zone and help us reimagine life after death.
Click HERE to register.
End-of-Life Doula - Also know as a death midwife or death doula. A person who assists in the dying process, much like a midwife or doula does with the birthing process. It is often a community-based role, aiming to help families cope with death through recognizing it as a natural and important part of life. CH - Taps into the emotional side of the caregiver with its Transcendental Belief training webinar/module...Click HERE to learn more.
End-of-Life Caregiver - involves a team-oriented approach to quality medical care, pain and symptom management, and emotional and spiritual support tailored to the needs of your loved one. CH - offers the NODA webinar/module, a national program dedicated to providing online covid-19 volunteer support and companionship for terminal and dying individuals. To learn more, click HERE.
"Caregiving often calls us to lean into love we didn't know possible."
~ Tia Walker
Two out of every three caregivers in the United States are women, meaning they provide daily or regular support to children, adults, or people with chronic illnesses or disabilities. Women who are caregivers have a greater risk for poor physical and mental health, including depression and anxiety.
Maintain Healthy Behaviors:
CDC provides a full article on Health Equity, click here to read more.
Click here to join our Soul Journey Facebook Page for more info about events and conversations regarding soul injury and soul healing.
Your contributions help us build power to transform our communities and continue our mission of delivering world-class advanced health care planning programs and services to caregivers worldwide.
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You may also support Comfort Homesake monthly or with a much-appreciated donation of any kind.
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