We are able to offer support and care by spending time with the patient, listening, through music, a quiet time, reflection or prayer. More formal services, such as communion are available if desired.
The emphasis is always on responding to the patient’s needs in a warm and caring manner, whether they have a faith or not and whether they belong to a specific religion or not. Everything offered at KEMP is optional: the choice of whether to take up that offer is theirs.
Spiritual care is an important part of the care that KEMP can offer the patient; it is part of the whole range of care. We are all here to work as a team to help meet the patient’s needs.