from the previous video I explained
traveling for compassionate care to help my family member who is the family in question ? the family referred to my story is my
mom my dad my brothers and sisters my my siblings and siblings of one lineage. when I
first uploaded the video on the YouTube channel.
The video is my journey from Calgary to California to see my eldest sister who has cancer. I have to drive a car 6000 kilometers from calgary Alberta to
orange in California round-trip to met my my eldest sister who has cancer the video is a story of my journey to
encourage my eldest sister to survive this is the story of my trips Compasionate Care meaning to me give psychological or emotional support to my family member arrange for someone else to care for my family member provide care or share the work of caring for my family member is meaning whose baseline state of health has changed significantly because of diseases. their life is at risk to death and they need the care or support of at least one family member. if the person or my family member is already living with a chronic medical condition, caregivers are not eligible for benefits unless the person’s health changes significantly because of a new and acute life-threatening event. end-of-life care meaning end-of-life care is defined as providing care or support to a person who has a serious medical condition with a significant risk of death within the end the person also requires the care or support of at least one family member I’m hoping that my story helped some people to change their perspective on disability and forced them to question their assumptions about people with cancer survivor Namely, that the core desire is to be cured,” , “my goal was to challenge people’s expectations of life and their own lives, and to question what could be, rather than dwelling on what is not.” “I didn’t know what to expect when I sat down to hear the stories,” “I didn’t know I would be moved to tears as my sister spoke of looking forward to her cancer treatments. These people vulnerable, articulate and relatable but not understand for cancer survivor Listening opened my eyes to how important it is to understand my sister when you are trying to understand the cancer disease. hearing my sisters stories was an educational experience for me,” “positive interactions were formed from siblings being involved in decisions; my sisters learning how to make their voices heard If there are any questions, give your opinion below this video. Thank you for your help to subscribe my channel so that my channel can be more developed thank you