It doesn’t matter what you look at. It’s what you see that’s important.

Life with serious illness or old age can be different. It all depends on your approach.

About Life's Door Watch the video

It doesn’t matter what you look at. It’s what you see that’s important.

Life with serious illness or old age can be different. It all depends on your approach.

About Life's Door

Watch the video

Caring Communities A Shared Israel-Diaspora Journey

Caring Communities addresses universal needs like Caring; Acceptance; Togetherness and Hope in Israel and in the Diaspora. This community based program enhances engagement, supports community members facing end-of-life and strengthens...

The Shared Journey – Caring Community Volunteers

.This community based volunteer training program provides tools necessary to work with seriously ill and people facing end-of-life from diverse backgrounds.   Volunteering with critically ill and elderly populations is...

The Conversation Project – How to ensure your future quality of life Even in the event that you’ll be unable to convey your wishes

You have insured your future - finances, housing and education. Have you insured your future quality of life? Is it important to you that decisions made for you if and...

Global Atlas of Palliative Care at the End of Life

The need for palliative care has never been greater and is increasing at a rapid pace due to the world’s ageing population and increases in cancer and other noncommunicable diseases....

Radio-Silence- The Tragic Loss of Anat Dolev

While flying back on EL AL flight # 030 from Toronto today, I realized that I should adjust a notation in the calendar of my smart phone. The meeting scheduled...

Caregivers Likely to Experience Emotional, Physical, Financial Difficulties

Being a caregiver for an older adult isn’t easy. A new study suggests that family and unpaid caregivers who provide substantial help with health care were more likely to miss...

The Conversation Project" Workshop for Professionals"

10:4hop for Professionals5-12:30 17/2/16hop for Professionals

Clinical Director will facilitate the workshop at the Conference for Medical Education that will take place at Ein Karem Hospital 17/2/16 10:45-12:30

Pespective and Reality in Israel Regarding The Quality of Life of terminally Ill Patients & the Elderly

An open invitation to the lecture by Dr. Roni Tzabar, Founder and director of "Tzabar" Home Hospice.
3/2/16 Idan Hazahav, 13 Eliezer Hagadol St., Jerusalem
12:00 - 13:30

The State's Responsibility of the Quality of Life of Patients and the Connection to "Compassion Fatigue" among Professional Staff in the Health Care System

The lecture took place in the conference 'Strategies for Advancing Resilience, Empathy and Wellbeing Among Health Care Professions' in The Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben Gurion University 4/1/16 10:00 - 15:00

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Who we are

Life’s Door is a non-profit organization established by Prof. Benjamin Corn, director of the Institute of Radiotherapy at the Sourasky Medical Center in Tel Aviv

THE NEED
The focal point of discussion in the medical and nursing systems is health and survival, while the personal and emotional side of the patient as an additional therapeutic vehicle is ignored, as is empowerment, closing circles and separation.

THE GOAL
Life’s Door is committed to promoting the awareness about and importance of the relationship between treatment, healing and nursing, and wellbeing of the patient.

TARGET AUDIENCE
People suffering from life-threatening or chronic illness, the elderly, people who are nearing the end of life, their families, and the medical and nursing professionals

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