This is one of the first memoirs from the frontlines of hospice care in the home. Each day, in the United States, approximately ten thousand Baby Boomers turn age 65.
This generation has transformed every stage of life they have traversed. They revolutionized childbirth, parenting styles, the workplace, and now are turning their sights on aging and end of life. Many draw from more than one spiritual well as they explore worlds of consciousness, spirituality and religion.
This memoir shows what hospice is all about from the inside, with stories portraying hope, humor, kindness, shared decision-making and often, transcendence.