“There are many transitions to endure with a chronic or terminal illness. Every decision made on ‘The Journey’ matters…”
Sally Deane Norton, LPN
“Sally was able to connect with me on a level no one else could. She really understood what I was going through and that I wasn’t alone.”
David, age 55
“Sally helped me navigate the VA system. Her knowledge of policy and government process enabled me to get the care I needed.”
– Marie, age 41
Sally Deane Norton: Nurse – Certified End of life Doula -Author – Speaker
Sally Deane Norton is a Licensed Practical Nurse, Certified End of Life Doula, Author, and Speaker who helps people with Transitional Navigation: the term she prefers to use when talking about navigating everything that comes with Chronic illness, Terminal Illness,
The Dying Process, Death and Grief.
Sally has been a practicing nurse in various medical fields including long-term care facilities where she worked with the dying and their families. Sally’s experiences with the death of her own loved ones prompted her to be Certified as an End of Life Doula and to write two books on the subject. Her books chronicle her personal experiences while showing how different people live with chronic illness, death, and grief.
Working as an End of Life Doula Sally has come to view illness, death and loss as a transition from one part of life to the next. She hopes to use her wisdom and experiences to help guide others through this difficult time in their lives with a philosophy she calls Transitional Navigation because all Transitions Matter.
After writing two books and seeing the positive effect they have had on readers, Sally decided she wanted to share her lifetime of lessons and personal experience by speaking for nursing and medical students, nursing homes, veteran’s groups or VAs, independent or dependent living communities, and support groups for terminal illnesses.
Sally likes to use humor, sincerity, and insight to bring light to an often dark and heavy topic so that people can learn how to live a full life even with the influence of a chronic illness.
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August Is already here and we are looking forward to school starting in Brevard County. St Patrick’s Anglican Church is gathering school supplies and backpacks for students at Atlantis Elementary School. We will be doing a blessing of the backpacks on Sunday August 7th at the 10:00 AM service.
Our weekly Sunday Service schedule is:
• Wednesday 6:00 PM Eucharist
• Sunday 8:00 AM & 10:00 AM (10:00 AM on Facebook Live) (https://www.facebook.com/StPatspsj)
Other upcoming events:
Veteran’s, Veteran Spouses, First Responders are invited to a full breakfast on the last Saturday of each month. Saturday August 27th at 9:00 AM.
Put on your hard hats and tool belt – St. Patrick’s will be holding Adult and Child Vacation Bible School – August 3rd, 4th, & 5th (Wednesday – Friday) 6pm – 8pm. Snack provided. We will be doing a study on building a strong foundation in Jesus Christ: Faith & Scripture, Reason & Tradition, and finally Church & Community. Lots of Games, Teaching, Crafts and Fellowship. Please contact the church for more information.
We have invited our special speaker Sally Deane Norton to return August 17th and August 24th following our 6pm Eucharist. 6:30-8:00 pm to discuss end of life transitions with a support group to follow! If you missed the July meeting which was a great success, you have another opportunity to take advantage of her wealth of knowledge and discussions.
Please join us!
The Parish Hall of St. Patrick’s Anglican Church is available to rent for birthday’s, parties, and events. Please contact the church office for pricing and information.
Check out our website for more events: stpatrickspsj.org
St. Patrick’s Anglican Church – Port St. John
4797 Curtis Blvd., Port St. John