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A Hospice Chaplain On Creativity & Compassion In Late-Stage Dementia Care

October 19, 2022 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm EDT


Join our upcoming Live Talk on late-stage dementia caregiving with hospice chaplain Ellie Douglass

On Wednesday, October 19th, join Being Patient for a live talk with interfaith hospice chaplain Ellie Douglass. Ellie will discuss insights on creative and compassionate grief support for families navigating late-stage dementia, and she’ll share guidance for families around the benefits of creative therapies in Alzheimer’s caregiving that she applies in her work at Trail Winds Hospice in Boulder, Colorado.

The talk will take place live on our Facebook page, Weds., Oct. 19th, at 11:30 a.m. PT/ 2:30 p.m. ET. RSVP here to reserve a seat for free:


October 19, 2022
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm EDT


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2 thoughts on “A Hospice Chaplain On Creativity & Compassion In Late-Stage Dementia Care

  1. My wife is in late stage Dementia—diagnosed as Vascular Dementia 10 years ago. She’s in a Memory Home in Winter Springs Florida. Recently she’s lost much of her memory & is no longer eating. After being on a plateau of relative health, I’m afraid she’s now rapidly declining. I came upon tour site quite by accident & find it exactly pertinent to my role as Caregiver & husband.

  2. My spouse is in late stage Alzheimer’s. We have had the support of hospice for the last two years. He’s been in Memory Care the last 7 months. He still eats well, but has not walked for 2 years, has lost much weight, no longer makes eye contact…. This state of limbo is excrutiating….

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