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End-of-life planning - not just for patients

There are many metaphors for people in a profession who don't pay the same attention to themselves and their families as those they serve – lawyers who have fools for clients, shoemakers with unshod children, physicians who should heal themselves. So maybe I shouldn't have been surprised when healthcare organizations, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, palliative care and hospice, asked me to talk with them as employers, not just caregivers......


Passwords and Powers of Attorney: Your Digital Estate Planning Options

We don't like to talk about the end of our lives, but it's something that is important to plan for, both for ourselves and for those we leave behind......


Opening The Door To End Of Life Planning

The hardest part of end of life planning for many is just opening the door. It may be tough to think about dying but if you care about your spouse, your children and your grandchildren it is imperative that you prepare. Documenting your end of life wishes ensures your loved ones will be protected...​.....


How end of life planning programs can help LTC providers

When patients have not created a well-crafted end-of-life plan and shared with family and providers, problems frequently ensue. Families are often left to guess at what a loved one would have wanted. Without guidance siblings, surviving spouses or partners are asked to make critical decisions during a very emotional and stressful time. Many times this can lead to divisiveness within the family, making a caregiver's job even more difficult......


Planning For The End

Financial advisors work to make sure clients don’t run out of money in this lifetime, but how about when this lifetime is running out of life? The end-of-life period is an emotionally—and sometimes financially—painful period for families in the process of losing a loved one......

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