Sunday, July 14, 2013

Caregiving and Hospice, June 30 - July 13, 2013

Best selections from Grief Healing's Twitter stream this week:

Choosing Wisely: 5 Things Physicians, Patients Should Question, « AAHPM

5 Tips to Help Aging Parents Retain Their Independence, « DailyFinance

Top Mistakes and Misconceptions for Patients with Dementia, « BeClose

What to do if aging parents won't listen or receive help graciously, « AARP Bulletin

Nineteen Purple Flairs: How we can respond to public tragedy, « Hospice of the Valley

Family Caregiving: Making the Most of the Help Available, « Caregiving Cafe Blog

Focus on quality in Palliative Care attracts nurses, « Healthcare Professionals Network

How Should Doctors Share Impossible Decisions with Their Patients? « The New Yorker

Bringing Death Out of The Shadows « PsychCentral

Caring for your loved one when you are not providing day-to-day hospice care « Caring With Confidence

Good food for thought! Stray Dogs and Strange People, « Spirit Scraps

Disruptive Technologies: changing the way we live and die, « It's OK to Die

Excellent read! Why docs don’t do death? « Sunrise Rounds

Lovely! The Last Big Thing for Hospice Patients, « Caring with Confidence

We Are Called to Care, but Not Alone, « Maria Shriver

Excellent message: Getting You Back, « Caregiver Stress

How to Help Families Assess Quality of Care, « GeriTech

Separating Parents for Assisted Living: 6 Tips to Help Them Cope, «

What's the difference between Medicare and Medicaid? « Caring with Confidence

Celebrate Our Freedom by Saying "Thank You" to Our Military « Grief Healing Blog

Very short orientation video describes role of chaplains in hospice and caregiving, « Plain Views

Having 'The Conversation' about end-of-life decisions, « Hospice of the Valley

You get by with a little help from your friends, « Caring with Confidence

Obamacare fails by not listening to the voices of the caregivers, « Kevin MD

Nelson Mandela is Dying: Three Lessons for You and Your Family, « It's OK to Die
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