Helpful Books

We've organized a list of our favorite books covering topics about the dying experience, improving end-of-life care in the healthcare system, grief and healing, embracing life and children's books on loss and grief.

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Healthcare Toolkit

Our custom Toolkit is a comprehensive, hands-on resource created to help you to prepare and organize your legal, financial and healthcare documents. Preparing for serious illness before a crisis allows us to focus on living and eases the burden of emergency decision making. Toolkits are available in paper or digital formats.

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Your Voice. Your Wishes. Your Advance Directive.

Your Voice. Your Wishes. Your Advance Directive. addresses the unique challenges for the Oklahoma Advance Directive for Healthcare and serves as a step-by-step video guide to completing the form.

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Oklahoma Advance Directive for Healthcare

An advance directive is a legal document that outlines your wishes for treatment and guides healthcare providers and your healthcare proxy when making healthcare decisions on your behalf. An advance directive is only used when you are unable to speak for yourself. This page also has information about advance directive registry services. A resource from

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Think you want to die at home?

Published in the LA Times as an Op-Ed, Think you want to die at home? You might want to think twice about that. outlines the reason for homes like Clarehouse and the struggles families face when caring for a loved one. The comic was written and drawn by Dr. Nathan Gray, an assistant professor of medicine and palliative care at Duke University School of Medicine and an artist who draws comics on medical topics.

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Family Caregiver Resources for Oklahoma

Caregiving may be one of the most important, and challenging, roles you’ll ever take on. No matter where you are in your caregiving journey — starting to plan; taking care of a family member in your home, in a facility, or from a distance; or managing end-of-life caregiving responsibilities — having resources at your fingertips will make the process easier. A resource from AARP.

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Care to Talk?™ Conversation Cards

Spark meaningful caregiving conversations with your loved ones using AARP Care To Talk?™ conversation cards. To get started, answer three questions that will be used to recommend cards for your customized deck. A resource from AARP.

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The Dinner Party

The Dinner Party is a platform of 21-45 year olds who have each experienced the loss of a parent, partner, child, sibling, other close family member or close friend. Its purpose is to build peer community and lasting relationships. They screen, train and support a growing network of peer hosts, and connect them to 12-15 people nearby, who share a similar age and loss experience. A resource from

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Modern Loss

Modern Loss is a place to share the unspeakably taboo, unbelievably hilarious and unexpectedly beautiful terrain of navigating your life after a death. Beginners welcome. This project grew out of two friends’ separate experiences with sudden loss, and their struggle to find resources that weren’t too clinical, overtly religious, patronizing or, frankly, cheesy. A resource from

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A Guide to Social Security

"Whether you’re nearing retirement age, have a significant disability or are struggling to meet your basic needs, you may be entitled to Social Security. This federal program includes several different components that can provide valuable financial assistance regardless of your age. Here’s what you need to know about eligibility and how to claim your benefits." A resource from

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Medicare Resources for Assisted Living and Long-Term Care

On average, almost 70% of people who are over 65 years old will need help in the form of long-term care for approximately three years before the end of life. This article includes information about assisted living facilities, long-term care options, your rights as a Medicare beneficiary and ideas about how to help cover out-of-pocket costs. A resource from

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How Hospice and Medicare Works

Your hospice benefit covers care for your terminal illness and related conditions. Once you start getting hospice care, your hospice benefit should cover everything you need related to your terminal illness. After your hospice benefit starts, you can still get covered services for conditions not related to your terminal illness. Find more information about what Medicare covers and how hospice is included through this article. A resource from

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Handbook of Patients' Spiritual and Cultural Values for Healthcare Professionals

This handbook is a guide that is meant to describe beliefs and practices generally found within a particular cultural or religious group. As often as possible, they verify the content with people who self-identify with that particular group.

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