Family Conversations

On Tuesday January 24, there will be a free panel discussion — “Navigating the Next Chapter: Charting a Course for the Future” — beginning at 5:30 Tuesday, Jan. 24, at The Falls Event Center, 21 Front St., Manchester, N.H.

Many seniors and their families postpone making difficult decisions and discussing wishes for the future. 

How to Help a Friend or Loved One Through a Loss from Suicide: Guest Blog by Steve Johnson

September 6, 2016

This post is written by Steve Johnson who co-created PublicHealthLibrary.Org with a fellow pre-med student.  While the topic of suicide is difficult, suicide is a sudden unexpected death that leaves family members and friends left behind needing help.

How to Help a Friend or Loved One Through a Loss from Suicide

Helping Ourselves and Helping Others at the End of Life : Guest Blog by Janet Prescott

June 28, 2016

This post was written for LastingMatters by Janet W. Prescott, Executive Director of Hospice Help Foundation.

Helping Ourselves and Helping Others at the End of Life

I learned over the course of my nearly two-decade career that a good way to cut a conversation short was to mention I work in hospice.

How to Tactfully Initiate End-of-Life Conversations with Aging Parents

June 8, 2016

Whether you plan ahead or you’re thrown into a situation due to a sudden health crisis, end-of-life conversations are never easy. Couple that with trying to initiate end-of-life conversations with your aging parents. These conversations can be excruciatingly delicate and sometimes difficult. One must simultaneously tread lightly, yet boldly.

Daughterhood.org's mission is to support and build confidence in women who are managing their parents care.  Daughterhood.org and LastingMatters are working together to make daughterhood easier. 

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