This post may contain affiliate links. We also may a receive a small commission from the companies or products mentioned in this post at no additional cost to you. See my full Privacy and Disclosure Policy here.When you have a loved one under Hospice care, there are many ways to make them comfortable and give comfort to ease the dying process. Read on for things to keep on hand and ways to add physical comfort care to end of life care in your home. [media-credit name=”unclelkt / Pixabay” align=”aligncenter” width=”800″][/media-credit] In my last post, Home Hospice Caregiver’s Toolkit, I went into the background of how I came to be a caregiver for my brother and the basic items that are in my day to day ‘toolkit’ to care for him with more ease. Basic supplies to have on hand so you don’t run around the house looking for you need. Having the basics on hand really helps. In the early days of caregiving for both a sister and this brother, I would run the house like a chicken with my head cut off. Funny, at times, but definitely not efficient.
I'm living my blogging and writing dream full time. I live in beautiful Colorado with my husband, my brother and two cats (who are much calmer and zen than I am....they are my gurus).
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.