Nobody wants a loved one dying alone in an institution, but family caregivers who nurse relatives at home bear a physical, emotional, and financial burden. (Photo: iStock)

A dearth of funds to cope with hospice care at home can leave family caregivers beyond wounded when a loved one dies.

According to a Huffington Post report, while the number of people dying at home rather than in an institution—whether a hospital, nursing home or hospice setting—is on the rise.

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