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April 4, 2012

Tips For Bedside Care

The following are some bedside care tips provided by The Hospice Patients Alliance… Making arrangements for Assistance: If you have even a... Read More

April 3, 2012

As Children Become Caregivers

Human nature dictates that we often experience child-parent struggles. The blurring of identities as our parents advance in age and... Read More

April 2, 2012

Improving End-Of-Life Care For Those With Intellectual Disabilities

Claire Lavin is a professor of psychology at the College of New Rochelle in Westchester County, New York.  A licensed clinical... Read More

March 30, 2012

National Doctor’s Day

An excerpt from George H.W. Bush’s proclamation…February 21, 1991 “More than the application of science and technology, medicine is a... Read More

March 27, 2012

Coping With Loss

Original article written by Richard Tedeschi, Ph.D. – a licensed psychologist who specializes in bereavement and trauma. He also is... Read More

March 26, 2012

When You’re the One Left Behind

I just never saw this coming,” explained Susan Dennison as she talked about her husband’s sudden death in 2009. As... Read More

March 23, 2012

What Culture Teaches Us About Grief

Today’s blog post concerns grief in 2012. How do you grieve compared to other ethnicities in other countries or across... Read More

March 22, 2012

The Truth about Pain: Dispelling the Myths

Some people think that pain is a natural part of aging or illness – that is a myth. There is... Read More

March 21, 2012

Virtual Grief – Internet’s Role In Grief

Two years ago NEWSWEEK’s religion editor, Lisa Miller, wrote a piece on virtual grief that examined the impact and limitations of online bereavement, specifically... Read More