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Talking With Hope Rugo: Dealing With Terminal Illness
Interview - Faith Weil Rugo was diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer in 1982. When it returned several years later, her daughter, Hope, experienced the difficulties many family caregivers face: an uncommunicative oncologist, unexpected turns as the disease progressed, and uncertainty about how to talk to her mother about death...
Euthanasia for End-Stage Alzheimer's? How About Humanity Instead
BlogPost - People with late-stage dementia should kill themselves, says a British government adviser, but here's what's really needed for late-stage Alzheimer's disease care. - ...ect. * Engage as many resources as you can. If you're providing home care, you need helpers -- paid or unpaid -- more than ever. Consult a hospice as soon as the late-stage is reached. Hospice is all about comfort and dignity. * Don't be overly heroic. Some situations are rougher than...
Living 1700 miles away from Mom and Dad - how does one take care of parents long distance?
Question - ...aused from the lack of family taking care of family and will never except Dementia can not be cured. Dad lives alone now, but we do have Hospice checking up on him during the week and visiting Mom as well. They are both 80. the social worker gives me updates constantly. I am savin...