1. NHDD Speak Up Video


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    Simple, but amazing video on advance care planning. Gracefully explains why it matters for ALL of us. Please visit www.nhdd.org and take action on April 16 (National Healthcare Decisions Day) and be sure your family, friends, colleagues, associations, etc. do the same. Your decisions matter. Thanks to the Canadian Speak Up Campaign for donating the video to the NHDD effort.

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    • My Gift: Myself Intro


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      This is a brief overview of an end of life care training program we created for DVD distribution. Border Mountain was the producer with Hi-Res Productions directing and responsible for all film, animation, and post production

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      • My Gift: Myself Promo


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        Border Mountain offers in depth training for Hospice volunteers and this 7 disk series. It covers all stages of end of life care from dealing grief to requirements for care.

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        • Streetlight


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          This very special program at Shands Hospital at the University of Florida provides peer support and nurturing for young people who have life-shortening illnesses. Director, Rebecca Brown gives us an intimate look at how they enrich the lives of their patients.

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          • Faith Hospice TV commercial


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            Our new commercial, stressing the unique attributes Faith Hospice brings to its patients, including experience, values and an emphasis on faith. This commercial was shot at Trillium Woods (the Faith Hospice residence in Byron Center, Michigan) and other Holland Home residential locations, using a combination of local actors as well as Holland Home employees.

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            • Dale Borglum speaks about the Living/Dying Project


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              The core work of the Living/Dying Project is healing, healing of body, mind, and spirit, healing that is inspired and motivated by the preciousness of human life and by the fact that we will all die but we do not know when. Find out about workshops, trainings, counseling and more: www.livingdying.org

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              • With Eyes Open: Introduced by Bill Moyers


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                Hosted by veteran journalist, Ray Suarez, these programs invite viewers to look at the end of life With Eyes Open, and by doing so make their lives more meaningful. With Eyes Open is part of the Bay Window series, produced by KQED in San Francisco.

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                • A Contented Heart


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                  Mark Twain wrote these words to deliver at his 70th birthday celebration at Delmonico's, New York City, 1905.

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                  • Dr. John Mitchell, The Hard Cases of Palliative Sedation:


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                    Exploring the Ethical Issues Dr. Mitchell uses case vignettes in order to help teach the difficulties physicians face in helping patients and families make decisions required in the final stages of life. This lecture was presented at the Englewood Hospital and Medical Center department of Anesthesia Grand Rounds on Wednesday, October 12, 2011

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                    • End of Life: Burdensome transitions


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                      Health care transitions, such as moves from the nursing home to the hospital, can result in medical errors, lack of care coordination, and for persons with advanced dementia – emotional distress and agitation. A new study finds that although such transitions are not consistent with goals of providing dying patients with comfort, a fifth of them experience at least one during their last three months. More info: http://news.brown.edu/pressreleases/2011/09/transitions

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