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Being Sensitive to a Long-term Illness
Being Sensitive to a Long-term Illness
Being sensitive to a long term illness means finding out about the illness in general and how it affects your loved one in particular. Carrying out your own research,…...
Caring for Someone with Dementia
Caring for Someone with Dementia
Practical advice and information for the carers of dementia sufferers....
Caring from a Distance
Caring from a Distance
Information and support on caring for a loved one from a distance including contact information on appropriate charities that can offer help....
Coping Emotionally with a Loss
Coping Emotionally with a Loss
The article explains that you can lose a loved one to a progressive illness prior do death and suffer emotional loss again at the time of death. It describes grief,…...
Discussing Death With a Terminally Ill Loved One
Discussing Death With a Terminally Ill Loved One
The article desribes the variety and uncertainty of ways that death may be approached emotionally as well as making clear that practical considerations, such as a…...
Moving on After Caring
Moving on After Caring
Caring can end for many reasons; a move into a residential home or even death. The article explores the mixed emotions felt by carers after their caring role has ended....
Practicalities Surrounding the Death of a Loved One
Practicalities Surrounding the Death of a Loved One
The article details what formalities need to be followed when someone dies and explains when a post mortem is performed. It also offers advice on different types of…...
The Help Of A Hospice In Caring For The Terminally Ill
The Help Of A Hospice In Caring For The Terminally Ill
The article describes the background to the hospice movement and what it represents today. It also explores the type of treatments offered by hospices and palliative…...
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