Does hope exist when there may not be a cure?
Life’s Door is changing the “hope = cure” paradigm
The Hope Enhancement Project* offers a new model for living with illness.
Patients and their families are often stressed, worried, despairing and, even paralyzed by fear. Health care professionals and caregivers who support people with illness and throughout aging, experience burnout and compassion fatigue.
Leading a new path, and in collaboration with prestigious academic health care centers worldwide, Life’s Door has developed a platform for patients and health care professionals to improve quality of life. The Hope Enhancement Project offers a transformative process that is both cost effective and user friendly.
The Hope Enhancement Project includes innovative and practical
methods to set attainable goals. Users are able to harness inner strength to face
obstacles presented by illness and aging – thereby fostering hopefulness and
improving quality of life.
The Hope Enhancement Project is being studied on both the behavioral
and neuro-scientific levels to demonstrate the impact on in the lives of people
facing illness, aging and those who care for them.
The Hope Enhancement Project: Opening a new, and hope-filled, horizon
throughout the journey of illness and toward life’s end.
*The Hope Enhancement Project is a flagship program of the Pamm Gross Kahane Healthcare Research Institute of Life’s Door and funded by the Naomi Foundation and other generous donors