In a handful of Nebraska counties, law enforcement officers still arrive at expected hospice deaths as if investigating a crime
While nine of ten Nebraskans say they would want to die at home, less than two of ten do
Nearly half of Nebraskans say they are afraid that their doctor will not believe them when they say they are in pain
Among the most powerful tools for explaining hospice are the personal stories
of those who have used hospice. Please share briefly here in your own
words your experience with hospice. We will make select stories available
online and for use with presentations across the state. Please let us
know if we may use your name in sharing your story.
Your voice for hospice and telling the story of good end-of-life care is crucial to the statewide educational work needed to enact positive change on end-of-life issues across Nebraska.