Understanding Care Giver Stress
Understanding Hospice Care
Palliative VS Hospice Care
Advance Directive and End of Life Planning
Advance directive is both an umbrella term for defining and expressing how one wants to live and be treated and for state approved advance directive documents which allow you to specify those things and usually to appoint a person (an Agent who is appointed through a power of attorney) to speak when you are unable to speak for yourself.
Caregiving at End of Life
You may be providing care during a crisis, over the course of a long illness, from a distance, or while caring for others, such as children, as well. Caregiving involves many intertwined activities from the direct, hands on care of a person, looking after their environment, nurturing their social connections, and dealing with doctors, hospitals, and insurance companies. Often, you may forget to care for yourself.
Financial caregiving is a relatively new term describing everything from paying the occasional bill for someone to entirely managing their finances. It is very common for caregivers to begin with taking care of simple personal matters, but transition into providing financial care over time. This website will help you lay out the steps you need to care of the financial side of end of life care.