End of Life Care

The end of life is a natural part of our life cycle, yet it is often misunderstood and overlooked in the training process for caregivers and health care providers. Providing end-of-life care can be uncomfortable not only for the client and family, but also for the caregiver.

Our practical care program, Tips for End-of-Life, was designed to provide caregivers with the information needed to support and assist clients and their families through the end-of-life process.

An increasing number of people are choosing live their last days at home. While many have arranged for hospice care services, not all have the care they need to remain comfortable at home during their last days.

Whether our client engages hospice services or not, it remains important for our caregivers to understand the end-of-life process so they can best assist with the dignity and respect our client deserves.

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