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The Nature of Coping - Q&A Session

Posted on March 5, 2015

In this question and answer session on The Nature of Coping, the presenter responds to inquiries from professional caregivers, such as what is the best way to support families who are in “disagreement” in order to best support the patient. The answers provide clarification and a prayer for caregivers in their own coping and the coping of their loved ones.

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Q&A on Loss And Grief

Posted on March 3, 2015

This video presents a follow-up question and answer session to Part 1 of Grief and Loss. Here, Nancy Reeves, PhD, a clinical psychologist, spiritual director, and author specializing in trauma and elderly loss and grief, responds to questions from participants. 

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Loss and Grief

Posted on March 3, 2015

For people of all ages and especially the elderly, loss and grief are holistic. They can result in suffering that is physical, mental, emotional. If not dealt with holistically, pain can be pushed inward, creating anger and bitterness. As caregivers, we must connect emotionally with the people we care for, and especially with dealing with elderly loss and grief. We must provide care that incorporates physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual components. Presented by a spiritual director and author who specializes in trauma, grief, and loss, this video explains how to create holistic care plans so loss and grief can be worked through, and do not become an “expensive emotion.”

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End of Life Care - Part 3

Posted on March 2, 2015

Admitting a loved one to hospice can be one of the most challenging experiences a family goes through. With no end of life care training, it is natural to feel overwhelmed and anxious about this important transition. In the third and final video in this three-part series, Dr. Justo Cisneros, the medical director at Hospice Inspiris, explains the mission and practices of hospice and helps families, caregivers, and patients understand what they can expect during the hospice experience.

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End of Life Care - Part 2

Posted on March 2, 2015

Admitting a loved one to hospice can be one of the most challenging experiences a family goes through. With no end of life care training, it is natural to feel overwhelmed and anxious about this important transition. In the second video in this three-part series, Dr. Justo Cisneros, the medical director at Hospice Inspiris, explains the mission and practices of hospice and helps families, caregivers, and patients understand what they can expect during the hospice experience.

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End of Life Care - Part 1

Posted on March 2, 2015

Admitting a loved one to hospice can be one of the most challenging experiences a family goes through. With no end of life care training, it is natural to feel overwhelmed and anxious about this important transition. In the first video in this three-part series, Dr. Justo Cisneros, the medical director at Hospice Inspiris, explains the mission and practices of hospice and helps families, caregivers, and patients understand what they can expect during the hospice experience.

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