BestEndings provides all the information you need to discuss and plan End of Life Wishes with Advanced Care Directives for you and your family.
Heart and kidney failure, frailty, Alzheimer’s, Lung disease, Diabetes, Cancer
The Palliative and Hospice approach: comfort and quality of life is what it’s all about
Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation: CPR; Do Not Resuscitate: DNR; Allow Natural Death: AND
Time honored customs can help at life’s end, and to keep memories alive.
Breathing Machines (Ventilators), Feeding Tubes, Dialysis and Medications.
Knowing what End of Life looks like can ease the process; often grief starts long before the end.
“Kathy’s laid out the information in such an easy to follow and easy to understand. I felt much better equipped when I spoke to my 89 year old mother about completing her Advance Directive.” – Marcie G
“It’s such an emotional topic, but this makes it easier to talk about. It’s also given us lots to think about and helped with the right questions to ask about end of life planning.” – Ruth and Sudhir
“I spent some time on the site to get a better understanding of end of life ‘stuff’ The BestEndings Advance Directives itself only took about 10 minutes to complete and share.”– Kareem
End of Life Planning Blog