Posts Tagged: End of Life

Long-Term Decisions Caregivers and Charges Need to Think About

By June Duncan Taking care of a loved one is a complicated experience. It’s full of many hardships and heartaches, but also moments of joy and love. However, one of the most defining parts of caring for a declining loved one is uncertainty. It’s often impossible to know what tomorrow will bring, and that unpredictability… Read more »

Choosing Between Hospice and Palliative Care

Palliative Care or Hospice? Understanding the Difference By Cassandra Hill The demands placed on a caregiver can be overwhelming. Oftentimes we are unsure of various levels of care available and their differences. Today we will talk about keeping your loved one comfortable when they are facing chronic or terminal conditions. Quality of life is important… Read more »

ADVANCED DIRECTIVES These Simple Forms Could Change the Way You Live & Die

Why you MUST have a Living Will and Power of Attorney

THESE SIMPLE FORMS COULD CHANGE THE WAY YOU LIVE AND DIE Kim Chernecky Most of us never think about becoming permanently disabled or dying. Life passes quickly. We’re all so busy with work, kids, spouses, chores, caregiving, and more. Who has time to think about that? When we’re reminded about such unpleasantness, we tend to… Read more »