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Hospice & palliative care

Both hospice and palliative care focus on easing suffering. Hospice is a type of compassionate care for those in the final stages of life, while palliative care is for those living with serious illnesses.

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How to Become a Death Doula: Training, Salary & FAQs

By Erin Coriell, BA in Mass Communication/Media Studies

What Is a Caregiver? 7 Types of Caregivers

By Amanda Lambert, MS, CMC, ALCP

What Happens During Hospice Grief Counseling?

By Dr. Alejandra Vasquez, JD, CT

11 Hospice Memorial Service Program & Reading Ideas

By Sherrie Johnson, BA in Liberal Studies

What to Say to Someone With Family in Hospice

By Amanda Lambert, MS, CMC, ALCP

4 Common End-of-Life Care Options Explained

By Amanda Lambert, MS, CMC, ALCP

List of 14 Death With Dignity Pros and Cons

By Amanda Lambert, MS, CMC, ALCP

What Are the Four Levels of Hospice Care?

By Amanda Lambert, MS, CMC, ALCP

Hospice vs. Home Health: What’s the Difference?

By Amanda Lambert, MS, CMC, ALCP

What’s the Hospice Blue Book About?

By Amanda Lambert, MS, CMC, ALCP

15 Questions to Ask When Looking for Hospice Care

By Amanda Lambert, MS, CMC, ALCP

What Is Hospice Care?

By Amanda Lambert, MS, CMC, ALCP

How Does End-of-Life Counseling Work?

By Dr. Alejandra Vasquez, JD, CT

What’s the History of Hospice Care in the US?

By Sherrie Johnson, BA in Liberal Studies