Dying at Home Blog

The Dying at Home blog is a place for us to share thoughts, stories and reflections as well as information and resources to support your journey through the end of life either as a caregiver or a dying person. 

Dying at Home was created by Gerard and Helen-Anne Manion to support people caring for those approaching the end of life. Our free, highly recognized training and resource program is available internationally. The Dying At Home Program allows family and friends to experience the richness and significance of caring for precious remaining life at home while actively engaging the dying person. 

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Myanmar 2013: The Road to Kalaymyo

Myanmar 2013: The Road to Kalaymyo

60 original trainees have grown to over 600! One remarkable person, Rev. Dr Mawi Van Ro, who was researching for his PhD on Death and Dying in Chin Culture, discovered our Dying At Home website www.dyingathome.org and became very interested to learn how our Dying At...

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South Africa 2004 and 2006

South Africa 2004 and 2006

IN THE TIME OF AIDS. Each project we do begins in a special way. This began in 2003 travelling with 2 Rotarians in the northern region of South Africa, Swaziland and Botswana to see Rotary projects for people with HIV/AIDS and for me to present our Dying At Home...

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A Story of the Heart

A Story of the Heart

In 2002 I met with Maria Dias, Founder Director of PAS Clinic in Dili, Timor-Leste, and heard a tragic story of her young brother dying in the hospital crying out in vain to go home to die in his village with family. He was not allowed to go home and so he died a...

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Ars Amandi – Ars Moriendi

Ars Amandi – Ars Moriendi

The art of loving intimately impacts on the art of dying in Palliative Care. This call for compassion summons all involved in that care to identify with the person’s experience. DOWNLOAD PDF ARS AMANDI-ARS MORIENDI

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