End-of-Life Realities

The wise man bridges the gap by laying out the path by means of which he can get from where he is to where he wants to go.

- John Pierpont Morgan

Planning for a good end-of-life requires time and thought to determine what is important to you and how you want to be cared for.
provides you with a comprehensive list of factors to consider along with resources and tools.

Topics include:

  • Accepting life’s end as a reality that requires planning
  • Identifying who you want to make decisions for you when you no longer can
  • What do you want and don’t want
  • Putting your plan into writing
  • How to have THE conversation with your family and advocate
  • What is a DNR and do I need one?
  • Don’t forget your pets
  • What about your digital legacy?
  • Emergency profile form
  • Survivor’s checklist
  • Resources