For a growing number of Americans, end-of-life care for dying family members is provided at home, instead of at hospitals with health care professionals. Family caregivers are not always prepared for the financial burden or the amount of work involved, and the help provided by hospice agencies is limited. We'll examine the challenges Americans face when they provide hospice care to family members at home. Plus, the latest on the Senate impeachment trial on the next Morning Edition from NPR News.
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