Frequently Asked Questions About Dementia at End of Life
Essential information for all post-acute providers
By Barbara Karnes, end of life educator 

Dementia at end of life can cause a great deal of uncertainty for caregivers. It’s tough to tell when a patient with dementia has entered the dying process and needs hospice care. Because 1 in 3 American seniors dies with dementia, caregivers everywhere need to be prepared for this challenge.

Renowned end of life educator Barbara Karnes, RN sheds new light on this difficult disease after our recent webinar, Dementia at End of Life: What All Post-Acute Providers Should Know. A video of the original full 60-minute webinar is available on-demand now at

Download the FAQ now to read Barbara’s answers to your most popular questions, such as:

  • What signs indicate that a person with dementia needs hospice?
  • What happens when a patient stops drinking?
  • How can caregivers best support the families of patients with dementia?

This important information is equally relevant to home health, therapy, private duty home care, and hospice providers as well as ALL agency leaders. Be sure to share this free educational content with your colleagues!


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