Considering most long-term care services are provided by unpaid family members/friends, this thought-provoking 2-part column examines the emotional fortitude needed to receive/give #caregiving services. #StandWithSeniors | @washingtonpost @SingletaryM https://t.co/Ky1c8hNRJD— We Stand With Seniors (@WeStandWSeniors) December 17, 2018
Excellent read. You can count on @josephcoughlin to flip the script & get you thinking. Be sure to watch the short embedded video on @RendeverHealth and the role virtual reality can play in creating wonder and happiness in older adults. https://t.co/mGwLt5pSRz #55andfakingnormal— Elizabeth White (@55fakingnormal) December 13, 2018
Improving the quality and management of care for people with serious illness must be a top priority. pic.twitter.com/CKsKoCUAlA— Bipartisan Policy (@BPC_Bipartisan) December 18, 2018
One of our physicians just referred to the removal of a breathing tube on a patient where we are allowing natural death as a “compassionate extubation” instead of our normal verbiage of “terminal wean.”— NurseKelsey (@nursekelsey) December 16, 2018
First time hearing it & I absolutely love the difference in word choice.