preparing for loss of a grandparent
I recently found out that my grandmother who is 94 year-old is being sent home from the hospital visit. She will be returning home with the help of amazing hospice workers. It is just a matter of time due to some heart problems. I was reading the section on children and grieving. There was great information but is there any information about preparing children for that last visitation? My daughter is turning 6 in June and experienced the loss of my grandfather (other side of the family) last year. We were honest with her and she did well by asking many questions. So my questions is with her grasp thus far on death how do I explain the near death without upsetting her, my parents,and my grandmother who is going to pass? I just want to add that I am close to completing my bachelor degree of social work and even with my education and resources I am just a vulnerable human without an answer.