Lessons from a Hospice Volunteer with Katherine Arnup PhD
In this interview hospice volunteer and life coach Katherine Arnup shares wisdom from her years of working in hospice and discusses her recent book about caring for our parents.
Thursday January 25, 2018
10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern
Dial-in Number: (425) 440-5010
Link to listen online: http://www.iTeleseminar.com/104231766
My guest Katherine Arnup has been a hospice volunteer for over 16 years and will share with us the life-wisdom she has learned through being of service to the dying. She will discuss how her volunteer experience helped her when she eventually became a family caregiver herself and when writing her latest book: I don't have time for this! A Compassionate Guide to Caring for Your Parents and Yourself.
This interview will cover:
How Katherine was inspired to become a hospice volunteer
The role of a hospice volunteer
Katherine's most rewarding experiences as a volunteer
Advice for those considering becoming a hospice volunteer
Why Katherine wrote the book I don't have time for this!
Katherine Arnup is a writer, speaker, life coach, and retired university professor. In 2001, she became a residential hospice volunteer, a commitment she has continued to this day. Through her practice as a life coach, she provides compassionate, deeply intuitive support for people dealing with major transitions and for families and individuals dealing with aging, illness, and death. Her latest book, “I don’t have time for this!” A Compassionate Guide to Caring for Your Parents and Yourself, tackles the final taboo – death itself.