of readers how quality of life and human interaction while dying trump the quantify of years gained through questionable painful procedures and dying in a institution.
He tells us that “our ultimate, goal, after, is not a good death but a good life to the very end’
GCM Nina Herndon brings you that same quality of life message- about dying –where an elder can still live the end life with joy. Her new chapter “Supporting Clients’ Quality of Life: Drawing on Community, Informal Networks, and Care Manager Creativity” in the 4th edition of Handbook of Geriatric Care Management is a geriatric care management Nina has devoted her career to giving elders a care plan for a happy life and a happy life to the very end.
•br Bringing joy in the here and now. to death and dying this can be done through using quality of life tools- Spiritual, emotional, intellectual, creative and physical quality of life tools .Find out more by getting both books on Amazon.