Palliative Care

Palliative care is medical and related care provided to a patient with a serious, life-threatening, or terminal illness that is not intended to provide curative treatment but rather to manage symptoms, relieve pain and discomfort, improve quality of life, and meet the emotional, social, and spiritual needs of the patient.

Articles

Caregiver's Corner Podcast

Cultural Diversity and Caregiving

Episode: 42
Duration: 28:34

Grandchildren as Caregivers

Episode: 41
Duration: 28:40

Conflict Resolution for Family Caregivers

Episode: 38
Duration: 28:37

Baby Boomers and Caregiving

Episode: 37
Duration: 28:35

Veterans Benefits Issues

Episode: 35
Duration: 28:39

How to Pay for Long-Term-Care

Episode: 36
Duration: 28:28

End of Life Care

Episode: 9
Duration: 28:04