Wednesday, November 24, 2010

One Slide for End-of-Life Conversations



So, for all of you who are already gathering with loved ones this holiday weekend, why not take some time to discuss your wishes for end-of-life care?

Engage with Grace has put together a helpful, simple, five-step slide to start the conversation.


12 comments:

Peny@uniforms scrubs said...

End-of-life conversation is quite a bit hard especially when some people considered it a morbid thing to discuss. But personally speaking, it's OK for me to talk about death, for all of us will be dying, eh. And I have many dreams and wishes that I want to be fulfilled before I die, eh.

CareSearch said...

Hi Jessica,

Thanks for this post. End-of-life discussions are so, so important. There is some excellent information about the end of life and all of the things that go with it at http://www.caresearch.com.au/caresearch/tabid/1073/Default.aspx

Are you still planning to keep this blog up, by the way? We haven't heard from you in awhile!

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Ron said...

death is never good but a peaceful death if we had to die would be something better than a bad death

ProCare Hospice said...

This is such a difficult subject matter but you handle it with grace. Working in Las Vegas hospice care can be emotionally taxing, Thank you for the ideas on peace.

Hospice Valley said...

Its always a hard topic to talk about. When I used to work for a Hospice in San Fernando Valley. I noticed that families, who discussed what to do in case they passed, did better and gave some closure.