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Texture Eggs: A sensory play and language activity. Could also be used as a "fiddle" activity for those with Alzheimer's Disease.

Texture Eggs: Sensory Play and Language Activity - Twodaloo

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.Grief visual #grief

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Listened to someone talk about caregiving for his mother while she is in hospice. (Harvest Moon by Hand: 48 Random Acts of Kindness for My 48th Birthday - harvestmoonbyhand... )

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once the storm is over...

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The purpose of life is a life of purpose. #hospice #wisewords

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Rosalyn Carter

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friends at the end of life

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A memory box is a safe container where you can both contain your grief and open it up whenever you want to. Each time you view your box and explore its contents, you may feel more connected to the spirit of your loved one.

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Grief Counseling for Teens - Creating Memory Boxes

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Music therapy - would love to do this one day

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Forget Me Not flowers

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i ♥ you and miss you Dad.

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Memorial Jewelry. Your loved one's hand writing imprinted on a piece of jewelry. Beautiful.

Memorial Jewelry Your Actual Loved Ones Writing by SurfingSilver

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Your Lost Loved Ones Actual Signature or Message on a Vertical Pendant Made to order, via Etsy.

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On Losing Your Grandma – 10 Kids Books on Grief

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This quote is inspiring to me!! Powerful to say the least

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Grief.

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Happy Birthday in Heaven; I miss you and love you!

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I honor you with every thought action breath - A Poem

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will miss you forever

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How to Break the News That a Loved One is Going on Hospice Care

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Hospice is available at any point that a physician certifies that a person has a life limiting illness and life expectancy is six months or less. People live an average of 29 days longer in hospice care than alternative forms of end-of-life care (and they live with more comfort, dignity and peace). #nationalhospicemonth

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Lovely image and quite fitting when someone you love dies.

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You matter because you are you, and you matter to the last moment of your #life. We will do all we can, not only to help you #die peacefully, but also to live until you die. - Dame Cicely Saunders, Founder of the #Hospice Movement #quote

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