How do you know when death occurs? What are the next steps and how can you prepare? We answer these questions in our continued series on the last hours of living.
How do you know when someone is in the final stages of dying, and how can you help? In this episode Dr. Matzo shares what to expect in the final stages before death so you can be prepared and also know how to provide comfort to the very end.
We are continuing our series about what to expect during the process of dying with the topic of hope at the end of life. Learn about the importance of hope for quality of life to the very end and how you can support reality-based goals.
Breath sounds and rhythms for a dying person can be alarming, even though it is a normal part of the process. Learn about pulmonary congestion, rattle, and changes to breathing patterns as we continue our series about what to expect during the dying process.
An estimated 50-60% of patients will experience some form of end of life visions or dreams on the deathbed. What is this phenomenon, and how do you respond? Listen to our podcast to learn more!
We are continuing our series about what to expect during the process of dying with the topic of terminal agitation and delerium.
When is the right time is to move from a treatment-oriented approach to hospice care? Listen to our interview with Chris Sperry as he shares how he and his wife came to the decision to move to hospice care.
Have you wondered why the Everyone Dies team are working so hard at producing education about terminal illness, death, dying, and bereavement? There are probably times they wonder why themselves, but this is a group of very dedicated people! Listen to find out!
How can we make the end of life meaningful, retaining dignity, honor, respect, and esteem? We discuss a concept called Dignity in Care - practical ideas and tools to support a culture of compassion and respect throughout the health care system - and interview Dr. Harvey Chochinov, who developed a...
What are the "normal stages of grieving" and how long do they last? The five-stage model is outdated and misunderstood. Listen to learn more about what grief is and how we heal.