End Of Life Category Professional

End of lifeEnd of Life – Death isn’t a subject we talk about or think about until an event occurs to force us to confront the reality of death. We’re living longer than previous generations. By the age of fifty some of us haven’t experienced a death in our immediate family. When the subject of serious illness arises, we find it difficult to accept or to comprehend the situation. We’re unsure how to react or even what to say. End of life offers the opportunity to show appreciation for loves ones, to reconcile relationships and to honor the lives of loved ones.

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Care At End Of Life - The Story Of John D And The AngelsHow many of us consider that many of the older adults we care for are in the last years of their life? How many of us realize our ability to positively impact their life? How do you envision the last years of your life? I don’t know many people who purposely say, “I want to be as miserable as possible the last couple of years before I die.” How many people want to end life alone, isolated, in poor health or without the companionship of others? Not many, yet it happens. One day all of us will take this journey, we can’t avoid it.In our daily work with older adults, how can we support those already on this journey?

Fear Arrived When Death Disappeared Into HospitalsDeath, not space, as mentioned in repeats of the old television series Star Trek, is the final frontier. Death is a frontier most of us do not want to think about yet alone discuss until there is no other choice. Fear, whatever the fear, is a subject we are also uncomfortable discussing unless we are engrossed in reality television or watching scary movies that we know in our hearts and minds are not real.

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Barriers To Hospice By Nursing Home StaffWhen did end of life become a territorial issue? When the danger of professional opinions and community self- interest prohibits families from accessing hospice care.

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