Links We Like: June 12, 2015

| By Jodi Horton

We’re always considering how we can improve end-of-life care in our country, and we believe education will be a vital component toward growing hospice care. Read more: Doctors are poorly trained in end-of-life care, but that can change

As adults, death can be a difficult idea to accept, and so it seems even worse for children. However, shielding children from a dying loved one doesn’t make it easier. We loved this parent’s account of how helping her son through the grieving process helped her too. Read more: Thanks to a 4-year-old, a laugh stronger than death

Finally, our last article is just a thoughtful reminder of what’s important in life. Read more: The 5 most valuable life lessons I learned as a hospice social worker

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