Five Useful Resources to Learn About and Explore Palliative and End-of-Life Care
New to learning about palliative care, or just want to know more? Here are five resources that we hope will answer some questions.
An Interview with Aisha Adkins: The Use of Mindfulness as a Younger Caregiver
An interview about the intersection of being a caregiver as a young adult.
Webinar on Mindful Approaches to Caring for Someone Close to Death
A recording on ways to be present when caring for someone near the end of life.
Webinar on How to Provide Care in a Multigenerational Household
A recording on how the use of mindfulness, compassion, and clear boundaries can help shift how you feel about your role.
Working with Imerman Angels
ZCP delivered a four-part training on self-compassion and grief to Immerman Angels.
Loretta Lowrey’s Practice As Service to Others
Learn more about our volunteer caregiver, Loretta Lowrey
Heidi Hartsough’s journey from the Peace Corps to ZCP Volunteer
Learn more about our volunteer caregiver, Heidi Hartsough.
Webinar on The Gift of Self-Compassion for Family Caregivers
ZCP presented a talk on the gift of self-compassion to the Family Caregiver Alliance.
Supporting staff that help the most vulnerable in San Francisco
Hear how ZCP is supporting staff that helps the most vulnerable in SF.
The second wave of our Family Caregiver Study is running
ZCP is holding a second wave of the Family Caregiver Study.
Companionship and Compassion: The benefits of ZCP Volunteers on a palliative care ward
Hear about the value our volunteers bring from a charge nurse.