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LGBTQ-Inclusive Hospice and Palliative Care: A Practical Guide to Transforming Professional Practice
This book provides information for all health care professionals (nursing, physicians, spiritual care, social work etc.)... lire davantage...
Living and dying with dignity: The best practice guide to end-of-life care for people with a learning disability
There are 1. 5 million people with a learning disability in the UK. They are among the most excluded and disadvantaged people... lire davantage...
Manual for Grief Support Groups for People with Intellectual Disabilities
This manual outlines the basic principles and guidelines for a 7-week grief support group, based on L'Arche's experience. lire davantage...
My Grief Support Group Journal
This Journal is one of three documents of a Grief Support Group package prepared by Jane Powell, a member of L’Arche Toronto. lire davantage...
Not to be Forgotten
A report of findings from a group of MPs dedicated to improving care for elderly, dying, and vulnerable Canadians. The primary... lire davantage...
One Chance to Get it Right
The Liverpool Care Pathway developed in the 1990’s was a generic model intended to replicate palliative care across settings. lire davantage...
Palliative Care and Human Rights for Older Persons (Public Health Fact Sheet)
This fact sheet examines the growing need for older persons’ palliative care, the distinct and specific palliative care and... lire davantage...
Palliative Care as a Human Right (Public Health Fact Sheet)
This fact sheet by the Open Society Public Health Program discusses the recognition of palliative care under international... lire davantage...
Palliative Care Guide for the Deaf Community
A series of 6 videos which provided information (verbal and ASL)  related to palliative care from time of diagnosis until... lire davantage...