This tip sheet suggests what you can think about, ask, and do to care for yourself while caring for someone nearing the end of life. Though it can be challenging, self-care is an important part of caring for others.
This tip sheet offers ideas about how to understand and plan for legal, financial, and other matters while caring for someone at the end of their life. Being prepared can help you feel more in control.
This report looks at the trends in end-of-life and palliative care (EOL PC) research publications over the past 14 years, including information on federal research awards, funding patterns, and the contributions of public and private investments in EOL PC science.
In "A Family's Perspective," four families share their experiences with pediatric palliative care and how the care they receive impacts their children and their lives. The stories highlight the benefits of pediatric palliative care and provide families’ perspectives on this type of care.
This tear-off pad is for providers to use with their patients. It offers tips, resources, and answers to common questions about palliative care to help encourage interactive discussions with patients and their families or caregivers. Each pad contains 25 patient education sheets. Each order of one box includes 65 tear pads.
This resource about finding support is a 4"x9", double-sided card with sections about different types of support that families may want to access – things like sibling support, respite care and school resources.
Para solicitar ejemplares impresos gratuitos, envíe un correo electrónico, con la cantidad, el idioma y su dirección de correo postal, a firstname.lastname@example.org o llame al 301-496-0207. Each order of one box includes 65 tear pads.