Monthly Archives: September 2016

Study examines aggressive end-of-life care | Chicago Health


A national health claims analysis of cancer patients who were younger than age 65 and had metastatic disease revealed that nearly two-thirds were admitted to Source: Study examines aggressive end-of-life care | Chicago Health

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Shared via Sacred Dying – End of Life Doulas Matter | Huffington Post


Source: End of Life Doulas Matter | Huffington Post

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Shared via Larry Barber – 10 Ways to Help When Your Child is Depressed | Moyer Foundation


One of the hardest things to deal with is your child’s pain. If your child is depressed, you probably are scared and feel helpless. Source: 10 Ways to Help When Your Child is Depressed | Moyer Foundation

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What Advisors Need to Know About Living Wills


It is essential that to be educated on advance directive documents in order to guide clients wisely. Source: What Advisors Need to Know About Living Wills

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Animal-Assisted Therapy, Veterinary Social Work, & Social Work With People & Pets in Crisis – SocialWorker.com


Animals and social work are connected through animal-assisted therapy, veterinary social work, and programs for people and pets in crisis. Source: Animal-Assisted Therapy, Veterinary Social Work, & Social Work With People & Pets in Crisis – SocialWorker.com

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Shared via Jeff Staab – Ideas For Pet Funerals | Cremation Solutions


Source: Ideas For Pet Funerals | Cremation Solutions

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Say My Loved One’s Name, Please!


Originally posted on 214-460-2025:
Mourners have a need to remember their loved one and to speak of them often.  The need to say the loved one’s name, to hear others say the loved one’s name, to share memories or…

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