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  1. Bereavement Support Group Program for Children

    Leader Manual and Participant Workbook, 2nd Edition

    By Beth Haasl, Jean Marnocha

    First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

    Published October 31st 1999 by Taylor & Francis

  2. Bereavement Support Group Program for Children

    Participant Workbook

    By Beth Haasl, Jean Marnocha

    The workbook fosters participant interaction, with worksheets for each activity that require written comments and drawings. Also contains updated bibliography for each session. It encourages sharing among group members, and communication with parents or guardians....

    Published October 31st 1999 by Taylor & Francis

  3. Losses in Later Life

    A New Way of Walking with God, Second Edition

    By Richard L Dayringer, R Scott Sullender

    Achieve faith and understanding when dealing with the loss of a loved one or a major change in your life!Losses in Later Life: A New Way Of Walking with God, Second Edition, focuses on seven major losses: loss of youth, loss of family, loss of parents, loss of work, loss of spouse, loss of health,...

    Published June 22nd 1999 by Routledge

  4. Pet Loss and Human Emotion, second edition

    A Guide to Recovery

    By Cheri Barton Ross, Jane Baron-Sorensen

    This updated edition of Pet Loss and Human Emotion is a step-by-step guide to leading clients through this special kind of grief. Includes resources and a section on pet loss and natural disasters. As society accepts that grieving over the death of a loved one is not only normal, but healthy and...

    Published April 30th 1998 by Taylor & Francis

  5. Gay Widowers

    Life After the Death of a Partner

    By Michael Shernoff

    A recent gay widower may find that once the shock and initial confusion of losing his partner is overcome, there are still many hard, lonely, and overwhelming stages of grief to be worked through. Often, the bereaved feels isolated, and looking around for comfort, realizes that he doesn’t have many...

    Published November 4th 1997 by Routledge

  6. Disease, Pain, and Suicidal Behavior

    By Elsebeth Stenager

    Estimating the risk for suicidal behavior among patients is often a very complex challenge for psychiatrists, general practitioners, psychologists, surgeons, specialists in internal medicine, neurologists, nurses, and social workers. Disease, Pain, and Suicidal Behavior is designed to help you...

    Published October 8th 1997 by Routledge

  7. Ethics in Hospice Care

    Challenges to Hospice Values in a Changing Health Care Environment

    By Bruce Jennings

    Ethics in Hospice Care: Challenges to Hospice Values in a Changing Health Care Environment explores the pressures and challenges facing hospice and aims to produce new studies and educational materials on hospice ethics to help professionals in the field. Many of the tensions felt by caregivers and...

    Published July 8th 1997 by Routledge

  8. Nutrition and Hydration in Hospice Care

    Needs, Strategies, Ethics

    This scholarly book enables health care professionals to appropriately address hospice patients’and families’concerns about nutrition and hydration. Nutrition and Hydration in Hospice Care is a comprehensive resource that provides hands-on practical information that readers can use in...

    Published March 19th 1997 by Routledge

  9. Bereavement

    Client Adaptation and Hospice Services

    By Donna Infeld, Nadine R Penner

    Helping a mother transcend the death of her only child, helping a young child understand and cope with the death of a loved one, and helping survivors of the AIDS epidemic cope with the loss of numerous loved ones and the loss of community are among the greatest challenges facing today’s...

    Published February 10th 1997 by Routledge

  10. End-Stage Dementia Care

    A Basic Guide

    By C. R. Kovach

    People with mid-stage dementia are served by special care units in long-term care facilities, although as these residents deteriorate, they are transferred out of the unit and into a general nursing home unit. These nursing homes are not equipped to deal with palliative needs of end-stage dementia...

    Published October 31st 1996 by Taylor & Francis