Lisa Buell

Lisa Buell is a writer, activist, mother of three and parent of two. She works with Children’s Hospice and Palliative Care Coalition, Partnership for Parents www.childrenshospice.org , as a parent advocate bringing a parent’s perspective to the development of palliative care programs and policies. A published author, Lisa is writing her first book, entitled “Call Button,” a collection of essays about the continuation of life in the face of treatment, navigating the waters of grief, celebrating communities and the clinicians who care. To contact Lisa email her at lisa@childrenshospice.org

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Articles:

Couple Grieves Lost Child at Different Pace, 31 Jan 2011

Lucky Hat: Touchstones, Rituals Keep Parents’ Hope Alive, 11 Apr 2010

Choosing to Live Even as a Child is Dying, 13 Feb 2010

The Yin and Yang of Caring for Terminally Ill Child, 14 Dec 2009

Hard Time for Moms Near the End of the Journey, 06 Sep 2009

Does Grief End? Rediscovering Laughter, 21 Aug 2009

The First Mother’s Day After Maddy’s Death, 08 May 2009

What It’s Really Like When Your Child is Terminally Ill, 20 Apr 2009

Taking Care of Your Relationship After the Death of a Child, 29 Jan 2009

Emotions of a Diagnosis, 15 Dec 2008

After Daughter’s Death, Mother Finds Way Back to God, 22 Nov 2008