Our Final Journey
When Someone Dies
Tools For Viewing
Let's Talk About It
Section 1 - Assistive Technology
Section 2 - Divorce Issues
Section 3 - Drugs/Medications
Section 4 - Checklist, Documents, Forms
Section 5 - Employment Issues
Section 6 - Estate Planning
Advanced Directives & DNR's
Section 7 - Caregiver Resources
Patient Quality of Life: Should Doctors Guess It?
Incontinence Care
Section 8 - Children Seriously Ill
Children of The Chronically Ill
Siblings of Children with Special Health Needs
Guides To Disability Issues
End Stage Hospital & Home Care
Child With A Serious Illness
Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP)
Camps-Special Needs Children
Children's Wish Foundations
Section 9 - For Kids
Section 10 - Family Resources
Section 11 - Patient Resources
Section 12 - Financial Aids
Section 13 - Insurance
Long Term Care Insurance
Section 14 - Legal
Section 15 - Long Term Care
Section 16 - Symptom Support
Section 17 - End of Life
Section 18 - Funeral Planning
Section 19 - After Death Occurs
Hospice FAQS
Symptom Support
Behavoir Strategies
Ill Person's Feelings
Caregiving & Family Harmony
Caregiver Grief ~Article
End of Life
Comforting A Dying Person
End Stages of Life
When Someone Dies
Funeral Planning
Bereavement Fares and Discounts
Common Bonds of Caregiving
Tips For Helping Your Friend
About me
Free Greeting Cards
Estate Planning Definition
Living & Other Trusts
Wills & Beneficiaries
State Laws On Wills
Conservator~Guardianship Definitions
Insurance Issues
Avoiding Probate
Prescription Drug Program I
Prescription Drug Cards II
Disability & SSDI Insurance Questions
Long Term Care Insurance
Employment Issues
Divorce Issues
State Laws-Statutes
Making A Personal File
Emergency Info Form
Emergency Planning
Health Care Surrogate
Forms, Checklist
Family Resources
Patient Resources
Rehab Tools-Assistive Tech. Categories
State Map-Ombudsman Program
NH Your Rights-Fact Sheets
Nursing Homes and Your Rights - Factsheets for some seriously ill or their caregivers.
Long Term Care-Facts & Rights
State & Federal Resources
Drug Resources
Grief & Sorrow
When death nears - Signs and Symptoms
Some Facts About Artificial Nutrition and Hydration
Things To Consider-Artificial Nutrition and Hydration
When Someone Dies
After Death-What Now?
From Seniors-Information on Social Security, VA and other death benefits you may possible be eligible for. 
From Beyond Indigo: It is important to remember that children deal with death differently at different ages and that their reactions are not always obvious or immediate.
From Death & Dying - There are many places that need notification after a death in the family. Notification of all these facilities ensure benefits arepaid to the survivors in a timely manner.
Veteran Benefits & Services from the Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration-information to assist you with information on VA's national cemeteries and other burial benefits, such as headstones and markers, military funeral honors, obtaining
military records, etc.  
Vital Statistics
This information will be required to fill out the death certificate.
When Words Won't Come - Listening Skills  by Joanie Overbeck - TLC Group, Dallas Texas
For most people, initiating a conversation with the bereaved is one of the scariest, most intimidating, most anxiety-producing tasks they could think of. So scary that most people don't do it, or they do it so badly they swear they never will again. But, if you know how to begin, how to listen and how to end, then usually all you have to do is open your heart and react naturally like you would in any other conversation.
What To Do When Someone Has Died from Beyond Indigo click on topic to be taken to information:
FAQS/Q&A's  From CNBC continued
What You Need To Know About Survivors Benefits from Beyond Indigo click on topic to be taken to information:
From Beyond Indigo: The legal responsibilities of next of kin/decisions to be made.