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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From ages two to five children recognize death but do not think it is permanent.
From ages five to nine children view death as permanent, but not something that could happen to them.
A will is a legal document describing what should be done with a person’s possessions after a person’s death
Hospiceshelp to fill this need. They provide a homelike atmosphere even though the patient is away from home.
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.
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