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This program is an example of a new opportunity for change. Hospice may also be a new conduit for hope. , HIV used to be a “death sentence,” but that prognosis has dramatically changed; also, many cancers are now thought of as manageable chronic diseases). Even if clients have maximized their symptom and side-eﬀect management, it still behooves them to be ﬂexible in how they think about the approach of death. We often think of death as a “bad outcome” that should always be avoided if possible. , resolving relationships, forgiving themselves and others, expressing love, imparting wisdom, exploring spirituality, settling ﬁnancial issues, etc.
Homework review should always be an agenda item since the review reinforces homework completion and may highlight areas that need further clariﬁcation or practice. Identify any obstacles to completing homework and problem solve accordingly. Remind participants that homework is key to getting the most out of the program. If homework was not completed, it is important to assess why before intervening. For example, the assignment may not have been clear, the rationale may have been misunderstood, the patient may have had a ﬂare-up of physical symptoms, etc.
Depressed clients will be unable to enjoy any activities regardless of physical ability. , 1961). A 3-item version of the Hopelessness Scale has also shown good validity and reliability in terminally ill patients (Abbey, Rosenfeld, Pessin, & Breitbart, 2006; Beck, Weissman, Lester, & Trexler, 1974). Anxiety In this population, anxiety may have many etiologies and manifestations. Uncontrolled pain, hypoxia, drug side eﬀects, or withdrawal can cause what appears to be anxiety. Existential or more general fears about this life stage may also manifest somatically.