We were honored to be among the first supporters of spiritual care providers for the Russian-speaking community
Program for training volunteers to work in the homes of mourning families
Program for training volunteers for elderly people living at home
Lectures on ethical issues at the end of life and role reversal between the sick person and their family
Also, training volunteers in Arad
“Conversation Circles” for clinics in the Jordan Valley
Working with community rabbis; training with spiritual care tools
Group discussions with wives of community rabbis – using tools of “wellbeing’ in the community
Ma’a lot project with Spiritual Care Provider Orly Isacov
Ma’a lot project with Spiritual Care Provider Ziona Achishena
Ma’a lot project with Spiritual Care Provider Avi Dredik
Ma’a lot project with Spiritual Care Provider Sara Weinstein, Rehovot
Ma’a lot project with SWpiritual Care Provider Ilana Raz
Ma’a lot project with Dina Hertz
This year we participated in a national conference sponsored by the organization and Prof. Ben Corn, chairman of Life’s Door, spoke about the connection between hope and healing.
This year, our head of spiritual care, Hanna Klebansky, participated in a panel and talked with the audience about culture-sensitive support for quality of life.
On January 4, 2016 we will participate in a lecture at a conference headed by the Society in the medical faculty which dealt with burnout, compassion burnout and emotional resilience among doctors.
Lecture for social workers
The Conversation Project for profesionals
The Conversation Project for families of people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.