End-of-Life, News, Social Work/Helping Profession/Mental Health

Shared via Sacred Dying: The Decision to Stop Eating at the End of Life — Loss, Grief, Transitions and Relationship Support

End-of-life decisions for hospice patients may include voluntary stopping of eating and drinking. What does this mean for the patient and caregivers? Source: The Decision to Stop Eating at the End of Life

via Shared via Sacred Dying: The Decision to Stop Eating at the End of Life — Loss, Grief, Transitions and Relationship Support

Good information to help explain why someone would stop eating or drinking when they know they are dying or going to die very soon.

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