Even if you become seriously ill, perhaps unable to communicate, you can have a voice in getting the kind of care you want. A thoughtful, personalized advance care plan can help your medical team care for you.
These plans can seem overwhelming to tackle, and conversations with loved ones about the topic may be hard, so many of us put them off. This one-hour online session will help you with the basics before you ever put pen to paper.
- What has the pandemic taught us about healthcare decisions?
- Why should I put my plans on paper?
- How do I start talking about it?
- What does “life support” really mean?
Joy Smith RN, MSN
Palliative care and oncology nurse educator