Alan Lakein said: “Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now.” Nowhere is this more important than with End-of-Life Planning.
Did you know that patients who have planned in advance for the end of their lives spend less time in the hospital, receive fewer intensive treatments, and have greater quality of life when they reach their final days? In addition, their surviving relatives experience less stress, anxiety and depression during the process. Doesn’t this sound better than the alternatives?
Have YOU planned? If not, you aren’t alone. At least 7 out of 10 Americans have not created an end-of-life plan. Those that have have often made some common mistakes. These and other, less common, yet as critical mistakes can be easily avoided. Contact me and we can take a look at your plan.