[Ebook] Coming Home By Deborah Duda – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk

[Ebook] Coming Home  By Deborah Duda – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 321 pages
  • Coming Home
  • Deborah Duda
  • English
  • 05 September 2018
  • 9780615492483

Coming Home Today In Increasing Numbers, Terminally Ill People Are Choosing To Spend Their Last Days At Home In The Warmth Of Familiar Surroundings, Rather Than In An Impersonal Hospital Or Nursing Home Coming Home Will Provide You With Information, Inspiration And Sensitive Yet Straightforward Answers To Questions Such As Can I Handle A Home Death How Do I Deal With My Grief Can We Afford To Stay At Home Can I Give An Injection Can Pain Be Controlled At Home How Can I Find Meaning In The Dying Process How Do I Prevent Bedsores What Do I Need To Know About Legal Issues First Published In 1981, This Groundbreaking Step By Step Guide Has Been Used To Train Hospice Staff And Volunteers For Three Decades Like A Supportive Friend Sitting With You At The Kitchen Table, Deborah Duda Helps You To Create An Experience That Makes Your Loved One S Final Weeks As Comfortable And Meaningful As Possible.


About the Author: Deborah Duda

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4 thoughts on “Coming Home

  1. says:

    Coming Home A Practical and Compassionate Guide to Caring for a Dying Loved One is a synthesis of Duda s psychological and spiritual understandings and the basic information on physical care needed to support someone who lives at home during the terminal stages of his or her life The work includes things to keep in mind when a loved one is deciding where to die, and, if home is the choice, what you can do about family morale, pacing yourself, pain relief, interacting with doctors, giving injections, and taking care of your feelings, as well as a multitude of other relevant topics Although the book is directed principally to the family and friends of the dying person, much of it can be shared with the dying person as well This book is about acknowledging our fears about dying and, at the same time, moving through them toward greater love, joy, and freedom as we experience dying As Duda writes, The book originated after I met Mother Teresa in Calcutta when I was very afraid of death I expected dying and death to be horrible experiences and found them instead to be profoundly healing and uplifting Starting with sharing her four experiences with two very close friends, as well as with both her parents dying at home, Duda then discusses the advantag...

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