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The end of life is a very difficult time for the dying person and their family. It can also be challenging for those who are caring for them. Here are 12 important considerations to help you care for your clients in their final days:

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1) Understand that death is an inevitable part of life, but it is not something to fear.

2) Respect the client’s wishes and values about death.

3) Keep communication open with family members so they know what to expect as the end approaches (don’t assume that they know).

4) Assist with practical arrangements such as funeral planning, finances, etc., if possible.

5) Be mindful of how much social contact there will be during the final days and weeks.

Take good care of yourself so you can continue to take good care of your clients. “Caring for the Dying:

12 Important Considerations” by James E. Ryan MD, Ph.D. (published on November 13)  Copyright 2017 All Rights Reserved | Carepro Law Group LLC Permission is granted to share this blog post in its entirety provided that a link back to where it was originally published online is included with attribution given to Carepro Law Group LLC as the original publisher and copyright owner, along with proper use of any images from the article including their watermarks or captions if applicable. No other editorial changes are permitted without written permission from Carepro Law Group LLC – contact us at info@care


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