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Grief and How to Say Goodbye

Grief and How to Say Goodbye

If you have lost a loved one, then you know how difficult it is at that time to think about anything. It is not just that it’s painful to consider anything practical. It’s also that your grief is too large, too agonizingly present. It crowds out everything else. What complicates the death of a loved one with dementia is that you can begin to feel grief long before your loved one actually arrives at the end of life. Even with this to prepare you, however, facing the death of a loved one with dementia is a painful process. Even a long-anticipated grief can be overwhelming.

We wrote Final Steps: End-of-Life Care for Dementia in part to help you prepare for the end of life for your loved one, answering questions such as what symptoms indicate the approach of death and whether your loved one is ready for hospice care. But we also wrote it to anticipate as many questions as possible that people typically struggle with at the end of a loved one’s life. We give you answers to those questions so that when you can’t bear to think about them, you don’t need to. These answers involve such questions as when your loved one is ready for hospice care, how to make funeral arrangements, and what practical legal issues such as obtaining death certificates and collecting on insurance policies need to be resolved. We help you, in the hours and days and weeks after the death of your loved one, have a plan in place to know how to move forward until you can feel whole again.

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Final Steps

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