Take a look at this article. Religious or spiritual care is important for those individuals that want it at the end of life. All professionals should ask about this and then find the correct religious chaplain, rabbi, priest, minister for the client/patient.
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*MSW with 20 years of experience; 17 years with seniors/older adults 50+ as a case manager & group facilitator; 3 years combined with youth and families along with adults diagnosed with mental health issues as a therapist and case manager. *Owner of NorthernMSW (northernmsw.com) *Co-author of 'Journey's End: Death, Dying, and the End of Life' -Xlibris- July 2017, amazon.ca and amazon.com, B & N, Indigo-Chapter's. (www.journeysendbooks.com) *iRead Book Tour Host: http://www.ireadbooktours.com *Continually seeking writing and editing/proofreading opportunities. **Beginning my next project with Julie Saeger Nierenberg- a book about death, dying, and end of life from cultural, ethnic, and religious perspectives. Seeking submissions.** View all posts by 97socialworker