Newta Federmesser: Life for the rest of your life
Is it possible to prepare for death?
In Russia, about one and a half million people need palliative care (full support at the end of life).
What can each person do for this? How to communicate with those who are terminally ill, or those who have recently lost a loved one?
Is it true that a hospice is not a house of death, but a house where there is life for the rest of your life? Why is it so somewhere, and in other places otherwise?
We have an honest conversation with a man with the biggest heart - Nyuta Federmesser, the daughter of the founder of the first hospice in Moscow, Vera Millionshchikova. Nyuta is a public figure, founder of the Vera hospice care fund.