This podcast is in partnership with the San Diego/Imperial County chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. The goal of this podcast is to create a space of comradery, connecting listeners with this support group.
Their mission is to empower humans to stress less, achieve more, and live better.
Trauma can turn your world upside down—afterward, nothing may look safe or familiar. This compassionate workbook has already helped tens of thousands of trauma survivors start rebuilding their lives.
This book revolutionized the field of self-discovery. It has been the #1 New York Times Best Seller 31 times and remained on the New York Times Bestseller list for three years!
Final Gifts has become a classic. In this moving and compassionate book, hospice nurses Maggie Callanan and Patricia Kelley share their intimate experiences with patients
at the end of life...
A psychosocial typology and time phases of illness schema are described as a necessary, preliminary step to create a common language that bridges the worlds of illness, individual, and family development.
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InsightTimer believes everyone deserves access to free daily meditation practice. This is why they publish the world's largest collection of free guided meditations, with over 70,000 titles.
Few people have been with 10,000 dying veterans; five VA hospice nurses have. What these nurses witnessed is providing lessons for the rest of the world.
Led by master yoga instructor Rod Stryker, Yoga for Longevity is a dynamic program that explores the mind-body and breath connection to help slow the aging process by increasing mobility and relaxation and decreasing stress.
Loss to Legacy is an award-winning map for conscious grieving. With inspiring stories marking the passage from darkness into light, Lily Myers Kaplan offers a method for honoring and growing from your sorrow.
A Guide to Bringing Hope, Comfort, and Love to
Life's Final Chapter
Author David Kessler has identified key areas of concern: the need to be treated as a living human being, the need for hope, the need to express emotions, the need to participate in care, the need for honesty, the need for spirituality, and the need to be free of physical pain.
Providing End of Life Doula Training and Resources
With years of experience in advance care planning facilitation, end-of-life doula training and mentoring support, home funeral assistance, and home funeral guide training, Merilynne Rush is prepared to provide training, mentoring, and consulting that spans the end-of-life continuum to individuals, families, groups and professionals alike.
Obesity is a common condition among Americans. Living with extra weight can lead to increased health risks, diminished self-confidence, and a lower quality of life. Unfortunately, for seniors who are obese, it can also lead to discrimination and mistreatment, particularly when seeking health services and long-term care.
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In the early stage of Alzheimer's, most people function independently. He or she may still drive, take part in social activities, volunteer, and even work. Your role as a care partner is an important one: to provide support and companionship and help plan for the future.
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