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Chapter 10. Cornell Notes. Section 10:1 Death and Dying. Death is a topic that makes us feel uncomfortable. Death is a natural part or life. Children learn about death through the media. Understanding death is greatly influenced by a person’s age.

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Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Cornell Notes


Section 10 1 death and dying

Section 10:1 Death and Dying

  • Death is a topic that makes us feel uncomfortable.

  • Death is a natural part or life.


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  • Children learn about death through the media.


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  • Understanding death is greatly influenced by a person’s age.


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  • From ages two to five children recognize death but do not think it is permanent.

  • They think that death is like sleep.


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  • From ages five to nine children view death as permanent, but not something that could happen to them.


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  • At around age ten, children realize that death is inevitable and final.


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  • Most people do not have a full awareness of death until adolescence.


When does death occur

When does death occur?

  • Unreceptive and unresponsive

  • Unresponsive in breathing

  • Lack of reflexes

  • Flat EEG


Stages in the acceptance of death

Stages in the Acceptance of Death:

  • Denial

  • Anger

  • Bargaining

  • Depression

  • Acceptance


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  • A will is a legal document describing what should be done with a person’s possessions after a person’s death


What kinds of things do people who are dying want to control

What kinds of things do people who are dying want to control?

  • Who their doctor will be

  • Treatments they will accept

  • Who will visit


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  • Many people would rather die at home rather than in a hospital


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  • Hospiceshelp to fill this need. They provide a homelike atmosphere even though the patient is away from home.


The hospice approach has several unique features

The hospice approach has several unique features:

  • Medications are freely issued for pain

  • Family visits freely

  • Family receives counseling


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  • A living will is a document expressing a person’s wish to be allowed to die in case of terminal illness or incurable injury rather than be kept alive by artificial means.


10 2 the grieving process

10.2 The Grieving Process

  • People deal with grief in different ways


Ways to deal with your grief

Ways to Deal with Your Grief

  • Speak to someone you can trust

  • Get your feelings out

  • Talk about the future

  • Be honest with yourself


Ways to help a grieving person

Ways to Help a Grieving Person

  • Express your sympathy

  • Put the person in touch with others who are grieving

  • Reassure the person that guilt, sadness, despair are normal

  • Listen to, hold and touch the grieving person


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  • In cremation, the body is reduced to ashes by intense heat.


Cremation information direct cremation 1195

Cremation Information Direct Cremation: $1195

$800

$800

$425


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  • With a burial , the body is placed in a casket and buried in a cemetery


Complete graveside service 3300 00

Complete Graveside Service: $3300.00

$9700

$5500

$955


Additional funeral home options

Additional Funeral Home Options:

Monuments Upright; Flat Bronze; Granite; Marble $800+

Vaults Concrete or metal vault required by the cemetery $795-$7000

Register Book Hard cover $35-$75

Thank You Cards Generic (Qty. 25) $3.50

Location Hold funeral at church, funeral chapel or other indoor sanctuary $395

Visitation Public visitation $295


Third party expenses

Third Party Expenses:

Death certificates issued by county $5 each ($10 first copy)

Funeral notice in a daily newspaper $175 est.

Limousine Professional passenger limousine service $120 per hour

Gratuities for cemetery personnel $20

Clergy Fee Depends on circumstances Varies


Cemetery charges

Cemetery Charges:

Grave Space        $1000-$2000

Digging Open and close the grave $800-$1500


When shipping deceased

When Shipping Deceased:

Container Shipping container $225

Dry Ice When needed for shipping $50 est.

Airline charge for shipping $235-$500+

Out of town funeral home

and cemetery      Call for Quote


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  • Memorial servicesdiffer from funerals in that the body is not present.


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