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Our clinical, legal, and pastoral professionals are
dedicated to making sure others will honor
your end-of-life decisions.
The Caring Advocates' team can help in three ways:
>> Explore all legal end-of-life options so you can make informed decisions.
>> Create effective documents to express your preferences and to empower your proxies.
>> Help implement your choices when "that time"comes.
Share your opinions by taking one of these SURVEYS that consider the challenges of planning ahead for Advanced Dementia:
If you want to learn more as you share your options, and perhaps motivate yourself or a loved one to complete a Living Will:
If you are a healthcare professional (clinician, attorney, or pastoral counselor) and want to explore options for your patients or clients:
Consider also, the MyLastWishes.org Program, an option that can store all your forms and videos for rapid access by clinicians and others, when needed.
This book considers all aspects of a subject that will affect absolutely everyone. It presents the psychological, clinical, religious, ethical, moral, legal, and political aspects of dying. Its clear, step-by-step guides and poignant personal memoirs are lightened with humor and wit to make what could be difficult subject matter surprisingly enjoyable reading.
The unique "book within a book" format makes it user-friendly for all and comprehensive for end-of-life professionals. The book is for all who face life's last chapter, for themselves and for their loved ones.
Transcending the personal-centered high profile political controversy of autonomy vs. faith-based discipline, the book provocatively views Advance Directives as "moral documents." It introduces this noble goal: To honor the sanctity of many lives.
Designed for 14 million US baby boomers who will be challenged by Alzheimer's and other dementias and for all who want to avoid prolonged pain and suffering or total dependence and indignity, at the end of their lives.
Offers the strongest available combination of forms, contracts, medallions, and electronic retrieval of documents with built-in safeguards to prevent premature dying.
Do you want to avoid pain and suffering, and years of indignity and dependency after Alzheimer's or another serious medical disease has destroyed your ability to make medical decisions and express your choices?
Learn how Advanced Dementia can affect you and those you love, all your legal options, why others may oppose your wishes, and how you can plan now so your advocate can overcome their future challenges.
Sorting Natural Dying Living Will Cards informs you what it is like for patients and family to live with Advanced Dementia. The cards present short descriptions and cartoon illustrations for you to consider--one at a time.
The cards offer a legal choice for a timely, peaceful dying by letting you decide now what treatment you do, or do not want in the future.
To memorialize your choices, you immediately complete a wallet card. Then, Caring Advocates creates your Natural Dying Living Will Cards--Living Will.
This strategic document presents clear and convincing evidence of your known wishes so others will follow your wishes--to prevent prolonged dying in Advanced Dementia, premature dying in middle dementia, and ongoing unbearable pain and suffering in any terminal disease.
or will your loved ones suffer—
in the last chapter of life?
Note: The information provided on the Caring Advocates website is intended to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a patient/site visitor and his/her physician, attorney, hospice provider, religious or spiritual advisor or other professional.