When someone close to you has been placed into hospice, you may need help funeral planning with your hospice nurse if some have not already been made. In the article, Funeral Planning According To Your Hospice Nurse, from Grace, you will learn that even though a hospice nurse may not know all that a funeral professional could offer you, they will do their best to aid you in your time of need.
The hospice nurse will ask some standard questions about health care wishes and getting you connected with a funeral home. Most times a hospice has a spiritual advisor in the case of any religious needs that need to be met.
In today’s society with technological advances many hospice and funeral homes are now joining together to provide accurate information to patients and their loved ones as well as providing referrals to the funeral home.
According to the article, “The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization now recognizes the role of a funeral director as he collaborates with hospice nurses and teams at the time of a loved one’s death.” This is critical to help the hospice and funeral industry learn more about what each other can do for hospice patients and their loved ones.
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