Please Schedule A Time to Discuss These Issues Before It's Too Late
If you or your spouse became incapacitated or can no longer take care of yourself in your home; what should your children do on your behalf?
If you were incapacitated or your doctor didn't think you would recover; what options should your children request from medical professionals?
Have you assigned someone to make important decisions for you if you were diagnosed with Alzheimer's and experience confusion and memory loss?
Have you decided on your last wishes and your funeral arrangements?
Do you have an Advance Health Care Directive in place? Does your family know where it is kept?
Five Wishes has become America’s most popular living will because it is written in everyday language and helps start and structure important conversations about care in times of serious illness.
Five Wishes lets your family and doctors know:
Five Wishes is changing the way America talks about and plans for care at the end of life.
You can order online at: http://www.agingwithdignity.org/five-wishes.php or fill it in online at: https://fivewishesonline.agingwithdignity.org/
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1. I am never growing old.
2. My kids will take care of me.
3. I am not leaving my house unless it's in a pine box.
4. The government will take care of me if I run out of money.
5. I am safe because I have long-term care insurance.