End-of-Life Communication

WEEKLY COMMUNICATOR (300 x 100 px) (200 × 100 px) (1)

STRATEGIES

  • Treat with dignity and respect.
  • Use more non-verbal communication.
  • Use more sensory stimulation. Sometimes singing softly, rocking gently, and using a soft approach is well received.
  • Be aware of the feeling behind words or sounds.
  • Being quiet is a natural, acceptable way of being present.

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