Mourning someone close to you can leave you lost, sad, or angry. Get help for your grief and loss through grief counseling and support groups.
There’s no right place to die. Caregivers should consider the best option for their situation: home, hospital, nursing home, or another place.
What is the difference between hospice and palliative care? Caregivers: learn about options for care at the end of life.
Read about how to provide physical, emotional, and spiritual comfort to relieve suffering when caring for a loved one who is dying.
Caregivers: Learn about palliative care, hospice, advance directives, and how to care for people you love when they near the end of their lives.
Long-term care could mean staying in your home—aging in place—or considering a nursing home, other facility, or hospice care. Learn how you can be prepared.