Saturday, July 25, 2015

A Final Cocoon: Dying at Home - The New York Times

 "According to the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, most Americans — 80 percent, one survey reported — would prefer to die at home. It’s a choice that necessitates a number of physical changes, like setting up medical equipment and bringing in a hospital bed. For some people, however, what matters more is altering their environment in a way that makes them feel better emotionally — creating a place that represents their final idea of home. Family members often find the process surprisingly helpful as well."



A Final Cocoon: Dying at Home - The New York Times

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