Trizah Wanja

Trizah Wanja, Caregiver

Trizah Wanja works as a palliative caregiver at a missionary hospice in Kenya where she is responsible for taking care of cancer and Parkinson's patients by encouraging them emotionally, spiritually and psychologically. She brings over 9 years of experience into hosiped.

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Four things you should never say to a dying person and what to do instead

by Trizah Wanja

Should you take your terminally ill patient to die in the hospice?

by Trizah Wanja

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