Begin With the End in Mind (part 2)

What could go wrong if you never get around to end-of-life planning? Plenty. “I’ll wait until I have to.”   That’s a huge gamble, since somewhere between 28-68% of patients at end-of-life lose the ability to make medical decisions for themselves. No POA? You and your family are at risk. If you become unable to […]

Begin With the End in Mind (part 1)

April 16th marked National Healthcare Decisions Day. It’s intended to get people thinking about–and there’s no nice way to say this–dying. “Why on earth would I want to do that?” I hear you saying. Well, you don’t. Not really. And neither do I. In fact, the only thing worse than thinking about dying is–never bothering […]