Am I Going to Die?

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RCPsych Publications, 2009 - Family & Relationships - 104 pages
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John is terminally ill. His story deals honestly and movingly with the physical and emotional aspects of dying. As he gets weaker John looks back at his life, and chooses how to spend his remaining time. He dies at home among family and friends.In the Books Beyond Words series the story is told through pictures only. The books are for adults with learning disabilities, but are useful for anyone with communication difficulties. Additional information as text, plus guidance on how to use the books, is also given.
 

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About the author (2009)

Sheila Hollins was recently elected President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. She worked with Donald Winnicott as physician and consultant for forty years. She has a growing interest and expertise in the field of learning disabilities, having served on the Advisory Group on Challenging Behaviour and Mental Health Needs. She has twice been seconded to the Department of Health as Senior Policy Advisor on Learning Disability and Autism.

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