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Last days of life: ‘Who will speak for me?’

If you do not speak now, who will speak for you when you cannot? Please review our  Pastoral Thanatology Training

If you do not speak now, who will speak for you when you cannot? Please review our Pastoral Thanatology Training

Most people have strong feelings about how they want family, friends and medical providers to handle their final days of life. The time to make those wishes explicit is now – when you’re calm, and clear-eyed and able to communicate exactly what you want, and don’t want, to happen.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.charlotteobserver.com

Excellent article about how seniors need to make their wishes known now before it is too late before they become to ill to say what is on their mind regarding their end of life wishes.

This article looks at a few of these issues

If you would like to learn more about Pastoral Thanatology Training and end of life care then please review the program

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