Karen Whitley Bell
In my sixteen years as a hospice nurse, I found that the best way to support a family is to listen to their questions, hopes, and fears, then offer useful information. For those living with a serious illness, just knowing what to expect, and what to do to prevent or resolve problems can make a big difference. Living at the End of Life is a resource to help individuals and families achieve their goals, mend relationships, and explore what holds meaning to them. It shares practical suggestions, such as how to maximize energy, adapt to a changing appetite, and manage medications. And when the time comes, it helps families understand what will happen in the final days, how to provide care, ensure comfort, and achieve peace. Families living with a serious illness have better things to do than read a book cover to cover. This guide is designed to be read in any order. You choose how much you read, in what order, and when. Each topic is addressed in its own short chapter. You’ll find a list of topics, a sample chapter, and other resources at www.LivingAtTheEndOfLife.com I hope the information in this guide helps you and your loved ones to live with meaning, comfort, hope, and peace. KarenRead more Read less
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