Why You Need a Medical Power of Attorney

If a health crisis leaves you unable to speak, would your loved ones know how to advise doctors? Discussing your end-of-life wishes and having a medical power of attorney in place now can ease stress and guilt later for loved ones.

Man in coma in hospital with IV hanging in foreground.

What an End-of-Life Doula Can Do for You

Death doulas, also known as end-of-life doulas, are becoming more and more popular for the services they offer during the dying process. A palliative medicine physician explains how end-of-life doulas differ from and work with hospice care to make sure a person’s experience with dying is a positive one.

Someone holding an elderly persons hands.