Dying should be a social event, not just a medical illness.


The ideal for the dying person is to be with family, with community in the intimacy of home.


Dying is part of living. A precious time of opportunity. A loving time, and a time for deepening relationships, a time for sharing wisdom, for trusting and reconciling, for forgiving.


The dying person can thus become a catalyst for a caring and compassionate community.

Meet the Founders


The ideal for the dying person is to be with family, with community in the intimacy of home. Dying is part of living. A precious time of opportunity. A loving time, and a time for deepening relationships, a time for sharing wisdom, for trusting and reconciling.


Read more about the founders of Dying At Home

Step by Step Program


The ideal for the dying person is to be with family, with community in the intimacy of home. Dying is part of living. A precious time of opportunity. A loving time, and a time for deepening relationships, a time for sharing wisdom, for trusting and reconciling.


Read more about the Step by Step Program

Free Booklets


The ideal for the dying person is to be with family, with community in the intimacy of home. Dying is part of living. A precious time of opportunity. A loving time, and a time for deepening relationships, a time for sharing wisdom, for trusting and reconciling.


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Lionel

Laurie

 

Laurie's story begins when he was admitted to a hospital because of severe uncontrolled pain. He was in a nine bed ward and begging the doctor to let him go home, as his treatment was not doing anything for him.

 

Read more Laurie's Story

 

David

David

 

David was diagnosed with HIV when he was just 20 years old. Originally a boy from the country, he ran away from home to a very large city where he was forced to live however he could.

 

Read more about David's Story