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This site provides a variety of free resources on topics such as: advance care
planning, caregiving, pain, financial issues, hospice and palliative care and grief
and loss. Printable versions of state-specific advanced directives documents and
instructions are available free on the site.
This site, a program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, provides a variety of free resources on topics such as: advance care planning, caregiving, pain, financial issues, hospice and palliative care and grief and loss. Printable versions of state-specific advanced directives documents and instructions are available free on the site.
This site helps with end of life planning and options. They offer free consultation, planning resources, referrals and guidance. Their magazine Compassion & Choices is also available here to read online.
This site offers extensive information for people and caregivers facing death
including signs of approaching death, pain and patient comfort and paperwork
and logistics after a death in the family. Users may also locate local hospice
providers and support organizations on the site.
This site includes a searchable database to helps users locate home care and hospice providers in their area. Each listing includes the name, address, phone
number, affiliation and a list of services provided by each provider.
Mardigian Wellness Resource Center
Frankel Cardiovascular Center
Level 2 off the Atrium
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