Aging with Dignity and Autonomy

Female Nurse and a Group of Medical PersonnelWith more and more aging adults living beyond the lives of their loved ones, the question that has emerged is who will be there to make their end-of-life decisions when they are unable to do so.

This is a daunting decision, one not to be taken lightly.  However, the repercussions are so potentially strong that many do not feel comfortable taking on such a responsibility.  With people living longer and families having fewer children, this is an issue that is growing.

Enter the “End-of-Life Enforcer,” who is envisioned as a health fiduciary for those who have no loved ones to call upon in their time of need.

To learn more about the “End-of-Life Enforcer,” click here to check out a recent article.

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