Dealing creatively with death: a manual of death education and simple burial
"This manual on death education is a 'must' for any involved in hospice care or work with the terminally ill. It covers everything from living with terminally ill individuals to the right to die, memorial societies, and death ceremonies. Its focus on the emotional and economic costs of death is unparalleled".--"Midwest Book Review".
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LIVING WITH DYING
THE RIGHT TO DIE
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accept AIDS Alzheimer's Disease Anatomical Gifts Anatomy Dept Appendix Arthur Morgan Association of Funeral benefits bereaved Bibliography Blvd body Burial Committee CAFMS Canada casket cemeteries Center Chapter child church committal service consumer Continental Association costs cremation crematory dead death and dying Death Ceremonies Death Education died Directory of Memorial discussion disease disposition doctor donation Donor dying person Elisabeth Kubler-Ross emotional euthanasia experience family members feelings Funeral & Memorial Funeral and Memorial funeral director Funeral Directors Association funeral industry funeral planning funeral service grief Hemlock Society human Kubler-Ross Lions Eye Bank loss medical school meeting memorial service Memorial Society needs offer organ donation P.O. Box pain parents patient People's Memorial Association plywood practice programs Rabindranath Tagore Simple Burial social Society of Greater suicide support groups survivors terminally ill tissues transplant wishes Yellow Springs York