This week’s discussion of Fearless Caregiver Manifesto Principle Five dovetails perfectly with a conversation we had at a recent Fearless Caregiver Conference. more

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Hospice seeks to “de-institutionalize” the dying experience and provide a more humane system of care for those who have received a terminal diagnosis of six months or less. more


“How is Hospice a good thing?” a prospective client had asked me. more

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Tips for Injecting Living into Dying Every day a daughter or son somewhere, or a sister or brother or parent, gets the news that a cherished loved one has been diagnosed with a terminal disease. more


Mom sat in her battered recliner.   Her hands gripped the sides of her head, and tears flowed steadily downward as another TIA (Transient Ischemic Attack) rocked her. more


The day began ominously enough.  Low clouds, shrouded in mourning colors, hung heavily in the sky, threatening to weep during the class at the Botanical Gardens. more

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Join us as we celebrate Fearless Caregivers, KELLY PETRIN, sharing her personal story as she cares for her loved ones. more

Fearless Caregiver Profiles

Denial as end of life approaches can interfere with making a plan that will guarantee that your loved one’s final months are spent in the place they choose, surrounded by friends and family. more