Ross Robinson, MA, CC, CT

Ross

Bereavement Coordinator & Counselor

Ross holds a Master’s degree in spiritual direction, is a certified counselor and is certified in Thanatology by the Association for Death Education and Counseling. Ross has been involved with end of life issues for the past 14 years as a hospice volunteer, hospice trainer, presenter, chaplain and bereavement coordinator. Ross supports Swedish Hospice through the bereavement program and contributes to its marketing efforts so that more patients and families can benefit from the care and compassion that hospice provides.

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It's always a season of caring

December 07, 2011

Talking about end of life is never easy and usually occurs when everything else has been tried. When making the shift from cure to comfort you want people who know how to make this part of life’s journey as supportive as possible. The compassionate care team at Swedish Hospice can help make the remaining time of a loved one’s life rich with dignity and compassion.

There can be a misperception that being on hospice means giving up. However, hospice care can actually improve the quality of life and perhaps even prolong the lives of some people receiving hospice care.

The care team works with doctors and hospitals, assesses care needs and coordinates insurance coverage – all in addition to addressing patient and family needs. They help the patient understand their illness and what care options might be available. The care team also makes the patient’s wishes a priority and assures they get the care they want and deserve.

Swedish provides services in pain...