ArtLung posts tagged with hospice ·
- 2011: Amateur Flowsheet
Leah made this spreadsheet when we were helping my aunts and uncles take care of my Grandmother Jean at the end of her life, back in 2011. It’s a nursing flowsheet, meant for laypeople. It’s pretty useful and good. At that point we’d had a fair amount of experience taking care of the sick, having…
Leah made this flowsheet. It was to help keep track of care for my Grandma in her final months. When did she eat? What were her vital signs? What medications did she take or not take? Leah did a really nice job with it. Leah is not a medical professional, but she’s the finest untrained,…
- Medication Board for Grandma
In my Grandma’s last weeks, keeping track of her medications grew more complicated. She was unable to swallow some meds, and at other times refused them. Bedridden, her needs would change. This board was an effort to keep everything straight for all us caregivers. Also: San Diego Hospice was great.