Oct 21, 2022
End of Life Coach and home funeral guide Rhonda Lopresti is talking with us about spiritual care directives, and their importance as part of an advance care plan. Rhonda Lopresti is a certified End of Life and Life Coach and has been a Holistic Health Practitioner for 30 years. According to her website (peacefully-prepared.com), Rhonda is “passionate in holding and creating sacred space, personal ritual, spiritual practice, and creative choices through dying and deathcare”. She believes advance care planning should be a comprehensive, robust plan for someone’s end of life care, including care of the spirit. Through Rhonda’s organization Peacefully Prepared, you can create a directive for your spiritual care, no matter your faith or spiritual beliefs. Directives for Buddhists, non-theists or those who have mainstream religious beliefs can be a vital component of an advance care plan.
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