Category: End of Life Care

The Importance of Difficult Conversations

I have worked with Mr. P. for the past three years. Like many older adults, he lives with multiple chronic medical conditions, including diabetes and dementia. He is no longer able to walk or transfer without being lifted and is fortunate to live at home with a 24-hour, live-in caregiver. He was hospitalized approximately 20… Read on…

Transitions in care

The value I bring to my clients is often hard for other people to understand unless they’ve experienced navigating a complex medical situation themselves. At times of medical crisis, we assume the professionals will take good care of us and the system will flow, but often what we find is an unruly process unlike any… Read on…