Loss in Later Life

In Living with Grief®: Loss in Later Life (DVD), a panel discussion by experts on the aging population evaluates ways that professionals can more effectively assist those coping with the range of losses which occur later in life. 
The accompanying novel by the same title (ISBN: 978-1-893349-03-2) describes the losses experienced in later life and ways professionals can effectively serve those coping with loss. 
Living with Grief®: Loss in Later Life features a 2 hour, 23-minute panel discussion on the significance of losses experienced in later life and how professionals can acknowledge and assist throughout the grieving process. The ways that professionals can best cope with loss are identified by leading experts on the subject.
George A. Blackwell, DMin
Robert N. Butler, MD
Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, MDiv
Patricia Kelley, CRNH
Miriam S. Moss, MA
Phyllis R. Silverman, PhD
J.R. Williams, MD
The companion text to this teleconference, Living with Grief®: Loss in Later Life (book) further identifies the challenges encountered by those who endure loss later in life, and the coping mechanisms most effective for these specific populations. Featuring chapters by Robert N. Butler, Phyllis R. Silverman, Robert A. Neimeyer. Doka, K.J. (Ed) (2002) Washington, DC, Hospice Foundation of America, 363 pp. This book is indexed. 
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