A valuable booklet which describes in detail what a caregiver can expect when a person is dying.
This end-of-life process can be unsettling if you don’t know what is going on. For example, some symptoms may appear to be more serious than they really are. Information is given about the availability of Hospice care.
Also described are all the legal and other things that need to be sorted out once death has occurred, followed by some counselling about grief for those involved.
George Seber is a retired professor of statistics from Auckland University, and a Fellow of the Royal Society, New Zealand. He is a Christian counsellor of seventeen years' practice. In addition to this booklet he is an author or co-author of seventeen books on statistics, as well as a book for counsellors and a book on science and faith.