Davis addresses the inception and ensuing rapid growth of Hospice as that organization's role in helping people cope with the pain of losing a loved one. The grieving process is covered with testimonies. He mentions ways that people might deal with children throughout this process and the availability of programs for educators to help with these difficult circumstances. Delivered on 25 March 1987 at the National Conference.
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Davis, Lowell E., "Hospice Address" (1987). Speeches of Lowell E. Davis. 13.