American Hospice Foundation

 The American Hospice Foundation supports programs that serve the needs of terminally ill and grieving individuals of all ages. Hospice can provide special help to patients and families when aggressive, curative care no longer makes sense. For extensive information about hospice and helpful articles about caregiving in the face of serious, life-limiting illness, please visit the American Hospice Foundation, on the Web at

Articles and resources from the American Hospice Foundation:

• What is Hospice?

• Debunking the Myths of Hospice?

• Hospice: A Model of Patient- and Family-Centered Care

• What to Expect and Demand from a Good Hospice

• The Hospice Volunteer

Writing a Condolence Note

Helping Your Bereaved Friend

Helping Your Grieving Parent

Helping Children Through Grief

Writing a Condolence Note to a Grieving Child or Adolescent

The Grieving Teen

After a Tragedy: What Kids Can Do

Military Kids: Responding to their Grief

The Grief of Grandparents

You Know You’re Getting Better When...

Anticipating a Parent's Death

Your Personal Journey Through Grief: A Guided Road Map Toward Learning and Healing

When Somebody You Love Has Cancer (A Workbook for Children)

Grief at School


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