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  1. Hospice Care - Topic Overview

    WebMD explains what grief is, what is normal in the grieving process, and how to manage sadness. Also learn the signs of depression to watch for.

  2. Hospice Care - Receiving Hospice Care

    Hospice is a comprehensive program with services for people who are seriously ill and not expected to recover. When you decide to be cared for by a hospice program, you acknowledge that your treatment goals will shift from doing everything possible to cure your condition to helping make the rest of your life as comfortable and high - quality as possible.You do not need to be bedridden or in a ...

  3. Hospice Care - Caregiver Tip No. 3: Ask for Help

    Some caregivers live under the impression that they are the only available source of help. However, other sources of assistance are often available that can make your caregiving easier. If you want to be a good caregiver, know where to find help when you need it. The more support you have, the more successful you are likely to be. Services that may be useful to caregivers include the ...

  4. Grief: Coping With Grief

    Key pointsGrief is a normal and healthy reaction that occurs when you lose someone or something important. Although it is possible to delay or postpone grieving, it is not possible to avoid grieving altogether. Grief will subside over time. However, the grieving process does not happen in a step - by - step or orderly fashion. Give yourself all the time you need to identify, accept, and express yo

  5. Grief: Helping Teens With Grief

    Key pointsKnow what is normal for your teen's age group. As teens grow and develop, they change the way they think about and express grief. Although each teen is different, there are some expected changes in thinking that occur during the early, middle, and late teenage years.Listen and watch for opportunities. If you listen closely when a teen is talking and watch his or her behavior, you will ..

  6. Hospice Care - Health Tools

    Health tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health.Actionsets are designed to help people take an active role in managing a health condition. Helping children who are grieving Helping older adults who are grieving Helping teens who are grieving Managing your feelings of grief ...

  7. Hospice Care - Symptoms

    Your experience of grief is likely to be different from another person's. Similarly, you will probably grieve somewhat differently each time you experience a significant loss. Your reaction to loss is influenced by the relationship you had with the lost person, object, or situation, and your general coping style, personality, and life experiences. How you express grief is influenced in part by ...

  8. Hospice Care - Treatment Overview

    Grief itself is a natural response that doesn't require medical treatment. Sometimes, however, people need help getting through the grieving process. Initial griefMedicine. During the initial days of grief, anxiety or sleeplessness can make it difficult to function. If you suffer more than a few days of severe agitation, talk to your health professional about whether a short - term prescription ..

  9. Hospice Care - Caregiver Tip No. 1: Take Care of Yourself

    If you want to give good care, you have to take care of yourself first. Caregivers tend to deny their own needs. This strategy may work fine for short - term caregiving. For long - term caregiving, however, it is sure to lead to problems.Several problems can occur when caregivers don't take good care of themselves:They become ill.They become depressed.They "burn out" and stop providing care ...

  10. Hospice Care - Health Tools

    Health Tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health. Actionsets are designed to help people take an active role in managing a health condition. Fitness: Choosing activities that are right for you ...

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