Hospice Care Basics
Anxiety can be a scary and overwhelming experience, especially when you or a loved one is facing the end of life. It's natural to feel fear, worry, and uncertainty when you're dealing with physical discomfort, emotional distress, and spiritual concerns. You don't have to face this alone - let us help you navigate this journey with care, empathy, and expertise.
Whether you are a hospice care professional, a family member of a hospice patient, or simply interested in learning more about hospice care, these videos provide valuable insights and practical tips that can help you navigate this challenging and rewarding journey with compassion and confidence.
Anxiety in End Of Life Care
How the Body Dies
Oral care, Secretions, Hydration, and Nutrition for Hospice Patients
Medication Management: Organization and Administration
Your Nursing Bag Content and Organization
Medical Aid in Dying
How Do I Know My Loved One Has Died
Gotta Go! Badder: The Need to Pee or Urinate
Nausea, vomiting, throwing up, queasiness