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Create an End-of-Life Environment for Your Loved One

Posted on September 2, 2019


warm bedroomIt is many people's wish to spend their final days at home, and while not always possible, for those where it can be accommodated it can make the world of difference to their end of life experience. The familiarity and reassurance of their home environment, home comforts and the precious memories shared there, can really help soothe and aid in easing someone’s passing. 

It means also that it would be possible for them to see and spend time with friends, family, pets and neighbours if they so wish, while at the same time giving them the opportunity for some ...


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Coping with the Death of a Patient

Posted on August 5, 2019


Physician wearing surgical maskFor doctors, nurses, and hospice workers, death is an inevitable aspect of the job. Since care providers often develop deep concern and even affection for their patients, it is only natural to feel sorrow when someone in their care dies. Coping strategies are essential, both for new nurses and seasoned hospice workers, so that they can go on tending to terminally ill individuals with the empathy and care they deserve.

Become Comfortable with Death and Dying
The first and most important...


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A Touch of the Familiar Can Aid Palliative Care

Posted on July 1, 2019


elder in bedroomRummage bags are among the more creative applications of a basic idea in the treatment of dementia: that familiar objects and settings can help reduce anxiety and aid in comfort. A rummage bag is exactly what it sounds like, a bag of various common objects provided to people with dementia in order to both provide potentially familiar stimulus, and allow the person to “rummage” which can be a...


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Managing Pain at the End of Life

Posted on June 6, 2019


brain Is death painful? Whether you are coming to terms with your own terminal illness or caring for someone who is nearing the end of life, you may have considered this question. A better understanding of pain and how to treat it can help create a more comfortable and gentle dying process for the patient and their family members.

Understanding End of Life Pain
The end of life does not need to be painful. The end of life does not need to be painful. According to June Dahl, founder of th...


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