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A Walk In the Valley: Stories of Love, Loss, Life and Hospice

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131 pages1 hour

Summary

These death and dying stories are written for baby boomers who are preparing for the death of a parent or spouse, hospice staff or someone who may be considering hospice as a profession. Parents who have lost children or siblings who have lost brothers and sisters, or anyone who is curious about death, dying and grieving can benefit from the experiences of a hospice nurse with a heart for hospice and a tenacious approach. Did you know that Medicare has special death and dying privileges you may be entitled to receiving? Did you know many hospice programs offer bereavement and grief support for survivors up to one year after a death? Find out more about what you can do to prepare and support yourself and others who will be facing death some day.

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