Jenkinson worked as a chaplain in hospice and palliative care for many years in Canada. This book is a brilliant and scathing critique of how reform efforts in medical care (and “the death trades”) have ended up replicating the same death-denying, extending life for more dying, etc. I love the way he connects these cultural […]
Its a zine. It’s a book. It’s an album…. I discovered these zines in my early 20s, when I was first experiencing people with dementia and the warehousing of elders, encouraged me to expand my experience and my imagination, more possibilities for connection and joy. In 1979 I took a job as activities director at […]
BK is a death educator and nurse with a lot of useful information for caregivers of all kinds.
Artist, educator, and book illustrator, Miriam Klein Stahl created this book to honor and to preserve the stories of her grandmother, Frieda Molasky.
Roshi Joan Halifax is a Buddhist teacher, Zen priest, anthropologist, and pioneer in the field of end-of-life care. Being with Dying is also the name of a training program she created for clinicians working with people who are seriously ill and dying.
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