Only about 30% of people needing palliative care get it.
Category: Grief & Loss
The debate around assisted death is hitting a fever pitch.
I enjoy speaking to groups on a variety of caregiving issues.
One of the most difficult and complex things one will ever do in life is be a caregiver for a terminally ill loved one. As a caregiver, the burden that we carry is almost too much to bear at times.
I started out as a novice caregiver, but over time I got my Caregiving PhD through on-the-job training.
To the bereaved, after the death and decision making can be very difficult.
As a family unit we join hands and do the best we can.
Meet Bob Harrison. He is a new regular contributor to our website. Each month we will feature one of his amazing articles about his caregiving to his wife Annie.
Annie and I were busy planning our future, and retirement. So full of promise, hope, and love. Then life played a dirty little trick on us.
The SOB you may recall is not to be remembered that way and instead, leadership qualities that you may never have known existed, are highlighted.