These two recent articles caught my eye, both of which I recommend!
“The Sense of An Ending,” published in the May 20th issue of The New Yorker, depicts humane and common sense approaches to the care of people experiencing anxiety as a characteristic of Dementia. As a professional who helps families manage the numerous challenges that come when facing this disease, this article brought me hope and optimism.
“House of Death” from the New York Times, addresses the sense of grief and loss felt by caregivers when their patients reach the end of their lives. This brief, very moving opinion piece is well worth reading.