Emotional and Spiritual Support
Dying is a deeply spiritual experience and emotional or spiritual pain is often the primary source of suffering for people approaching death. When not addressed, this suffering can increase physical pain, anxiety and other distressing symptoms of dying. Hospice of Southern Maine's interfaith chaplains and social workers are skilled at supporting and guiding interested patients in the exploration of spirit, what it might mean to live well at this point in life, and the possibility of healing relationships.
95.2% of families said HSM provided the right amount of religious and spiritual support. Source: CAHPS Survey for the 12 month period ending June 2016
From Our Patients & Their Families
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