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

The Dying Are Our Hope For The Future


The dying person at home, cared for by their family, friends, and neighbours provides a call to unity that is transforming.


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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.


Click here to download the Free Booklets

'The Dying are our Hope for the Future


Through our experiences, working in Developing and Developed countries with our DYING AT HOME Program, we are witnessing profound social, spiritual and cultural changes as the dying person calls people to unity.


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An interview with Dr Darlene Zangara from
a Deaf perspective

 

This video was created in honor of my father and step-father. Cancer took them away from my family. They both wanted to die at home and I was able to give them their wish. These journeys were for me life changing and humbling.

 

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The Dying Are Our Hope of For The Future

 

Through our experiences, working in Developing and Developed countries with our DYING AT HOME Program, we are witnessing profound social, spiritual and cultural changes as the dying person calls people to unity.

 

Read more...

 

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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.

 

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