End of Life University with Karen Wyatt, MD
From the podcast: "My guest Kathleen Vallee Stein worked for the California Department of Aging and has written numerous articles on caring for aging patents for more than twenty years. Her work has been published in the Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Daily News, Pasadena Star-News, Orange County Register, and the Jewish Journal. Recently she has written a book about her family’s experiences as her father faced the end of life called Loving Choices, Peaceful Passing: Why My Family Chose Hospice, and today she’ll share insights from that hospice journey with her father." End of Life University Podcast episode # 349
The Next Room with Jane Asher
From the podcast: "When author Kathleen Vallee Stein sent Jane her book “Loving Choices, Peaceful Passing” she couldn’t wait to dig in. The story is raw, authentic, sad, beautiful and uplifting all at once. This is Kathleen’s story about how her family chose hospice at home for her father’s final 29 days of life and all of the struggles leading up to this decision. It’s a book with an enormous amount of truth and grace. Kathleen tells Jane one of the best pieces of advice that she can offer to you if you have a loved one who is suffering and near death. “If you’re afraid to take them home, do it anyway.” It’s all about loving choices and a peaceful passing this week on The Next Room."
Death By Design with Kimberly C. Hall
Engaging Conversations with Sheryl Smith, RN
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"With warmth and courage Kathleen Vallee Stein describes both the personal and universal journey of caring for a family member during their final days. The story of her family draws you in and provides support for exploring the complex emotional and spiritual terrain of end of life."
J Judy Thomas, JD, Coalition for Compassionate Care of California