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Planning for the transition to end of life care is important to manage symptoms, make informed decisions, and focus on quality of life for patient and family.
Nothing is more devastating than the death of your child. But others know how you feel and can help you find your way. You are not alone.
While you have lost a child, your other children have lost a brother or sister. You are both grieving the loss of a special family member.
A variety of resources are available for grieving families including websites, support groups, books, and online communities.
Finding small ways to fight the effects of grief is important for moving forward and gaining strength.
After the death of a child, a condolence letter can help bring comfort to the family. But it can be hard to know what to say.
Men and women may grieve differently. Accepting differences can help family members give one another space to grieve in their own ways.
Finding ways to celebrate your child’s life is an important way for your family to seek comfort and honor your child’s memory.
When a family experiences the death of a child, friends and loved ones want to provide support. But it can be hard to know how to reach out.