Making End-of-Life Plans
Paradigm Health caregiving liaisons and staff know that no one likes talking about death, especially our own or the death of a close loved one. But just like making daily, yearly, monthly and lifelong living plans are necessary – planning our deaths and translating our wishes to our family and caregivers is just as important.
- But before we can tell loved ones our wishes, some questions may have to be answered first.
- What does living mean to me?
- If diagnosed as terminal, what are the most important things to keep in my life?
- What am I willing to give up in order to keep what is most important to me?