What care do you want at the end of your life?
The best time to describe your wishes for the end of life journey is now. What do you want? What don’t you want? Begin by having important conversations with the people who mean the most to you. This will help your loved ones make more confident choices for you, should they be in the position of decision making on your behalf.
Watch an example of a family who had the conversation on ABC World News with Diane Sawyer: The Conversation Project.
Share your beliefs and values about end of life care with your family, friends, caretakers, and physicians. Next, document these desires in advance directives. You should include a living will and a POST found here.
Hospice of North Idaho can help you through the process. Call us with your questions about The Conversation and about these self-guided resources:
The Conversation Project: Download the free toolkit that walks you through how to have end-of-life discussions with loved ones.
Start the Conversation: A public campaign focused on helping people have end of life conversations
Death over Dinner: This site walks you through planning an actual dinner where you bring up the topic of your end of life wishes.
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