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Caring for a Dying Child
Caring for a Dying Child
Examines the processes involved in meeting the needs of terminally ill children, as well as those of their family members. Looks at home care, palliative care, and…...
Caring for a Dying Parent
Caring for a Dying Parent
Advice for adults coping with the terminal illness of one of their parents. Looks at ways to manage elder care while handling children, jobs, and other relationships....
Caring for a Dying Spouse
Caring for a Dying Spouse
Advice for providing end-of-life care for a dying spouse – includes information about tending to physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs....
Dealing with Stress and Anxiety
Dealing with Stress and Anxiety
Advice for caregivers for managing their stress and anxiety as they provide care for terminally ill loved ones. Includes tips for natural stress relief as well as…...
Juggling Responsibilities
Juggling Responsibilities
Advice for busy caregivers who are juggling their responsibilities in order to care for a terminally ill loved one, including tips for establishing priorities, asking…...
Making Time for Yourself
Making Time for Yourself
Provides advice for caregivers on making time to care for themselves, as well as for their terminally ill loved one....
Respite Care
Respite Care
A look at respite care – what it is and how it can benefit families who are caring for a terminally ill member....
Seeking Training to Manage Care
Seeking Training to Manage Care
A look at the many responsibilities that caregivers take on when they agree to provide hands-on care for a terminally ill friend or relative; includes advice for…...
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