Health Care Resources for End-of-life Planning

Does your family know your wishes in the event of an emergency? Have you made eldercare decisions? Learn about the critical choices everyone needs to make about their health care.

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Planning for the Ultimate Act of Love

For me the ultimate act of love is planning ahead. I call it Death Etiquette™: Death Etiquette™ - Being thoughtfully prepared for one’s own passing. Accordingly, making things easier for family and loved ones by leaving clear and concise instructions in regard to your final wishes for funeral desires as well as location and access to important documents and accounts. Further identifying who should be responsible for carrying out the final wishes and ultimately settling all the final affairs.  It is a simple act which saves loved ones Stress, Time and Money…. the things which divide families!

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Yes, You Should Plan!

Let’s face it, life and our stuff, is significantly more complicated than it was 20 or 30 years ago. Technology has made it so. Technology, while simplifying our lives immensely, has made for a very complicated departure.

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Infographic: Boomers Not Ready for End-of-Life

While 70% of men and women ages 40+ agree that everyone should have an end-of-life plan before the age of 60, few actually do (only 43%).

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Heart of Hospice interviews Jon Braddock

Have you ever been the decision maker for someone else’s choices?  Not the little choices, like what outfit to wear, or where to eat dinner.  The big decisions. Where a person wants to be buried. How he wants to die, surrounded by family, or with medical professionals there. What kind of care she wants for her physical body - cremation, burial, body donation. Where the money goes after death.