Sunday, November 15, 2020

Caregiving, Hospice & Grief, November 8 - November 14, 2020

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

The National Hospice & Palliative Organization (NHPCO) in 2021 will launch a new large-scale initiative designed to help providers systematically assess and improve the quality of care they provide.  NHPCO Launches Quality Connections Program « Hospice News 

Caring for someone we love at end of life can be a double edged sword. We have the knowledge and expertise to see that our loved one is very well cared for. On the other hand we carry a heavy burden if we are still working in the end of life field. Caring For One of Our Own « BK Books 

As is often the case in grief, there isn’t one black-and-white answer to this question. What you do depends on the child, the person who died, how you feel about your grief, your relationship with the person who died in life and death, and possibly other factors. Should I discuss deceased loved ones with my child? « What's Your Grief?

Like continuing to clean a wound, continuing to talk about grief with a trusted other can greatly assist the heart-healing process. The Emotions of Grief « Across America, US Patch 

A wealth of research has been done since Kübler-Ross' pioneering work that focuses specifically on bereavement, loss and grief, and those of us working in the field of thanatology (death, dying and bereavement) have been trying for years to de-bunk this particular myth. Taking A Look At The Stages of Grief « Grief Healing 

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