Social workers can play an important role before and soon after someone’s death. In addition to helping individuals find comfort in their last moments, a social worker can also help families devise an end-of-life plan.
How a Social Worker Can Help You
A social worker can be a vital resource for an entire family that is navigating a terminal illness or fatal injury. They can assist patients by helping to coordinate hospice care, counseling patients and their families, and ensuring relatives have access to the resources they need to care for a sick or injured loved one.
In the days before and after someone’s death, a social worker can also help relatives understand their financial and legal options, as well as find emotional support groups to help them cope with their loss.
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