Grief and death are on everyone’s mind. For most of us the scale of the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated death and collective grief is unprecedented. Combined with social distancing protocol, end-of-life issues, death care, and grief have become even more complex.
Navigating these restrictions—and the sheer volume of loss—can feel overwhelming. How do you comfort a patient when their family can’t be present? Are you supposed to bring up advanced directives on intake or wait until the person is facing their death? If we can’t hold a traditional funeral, how do we mark someone’s passing?
This White Paper contains a collection of resources and best practices to help you support your clients, patients, communities, and yourself during this stressful time.