Welcome to the End of Life Survival Guide

My name is Doug Seubert, and I am a full time caregiver for my mother who has advanced Alzheimer’s disease. I decided to create this blog so that I can share my experience and provide tips, resources, and ideas to others who are caring for a loved one near the end of life. The title of this blog is not meant to be ironic, sarcastic, or even funny. But it does represent what I hope to do here: help caregivers and their families — as well as those they love and care for — to survive during the most difficult time in a person’s life. If you have any questions about anything you find on this website, please contact me. And if you have questions about caregiving, or if you have advice or ideas to share with others, please feel free to post comments.

About Doug Seubert

My name is Doug Seubert and I live in Wisconsin (USA). I am working toward a Masters in public health, and I am the President and CEO of a new non-profit organization: Marshfield Area Purple Angels. My blogs share resources, tools, and information about various public health topics, with a strong emphasis on community health education, effective health communication, and health literacy. I am also the creator of "The End of Life Survival Guide" featuring tips and resources for caregivers of a loved one near the end of life.
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