Planning for a Better End of Life (South Hollis, NY)
April 2 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
EOLCNY will present “Planning for a Better End of Life” at the South Hollis Library. This presentation (given in English and Creole) will provide a guide to navigating today’s health care system, including:
- What palliative care is and how and when it can benefit you
- How to inform your doctors about your end of life care goals and treatment preferences
- The difference between a health care proxy, a living will, and a do not resuscitate order
- How hospices provide for a better quality of life and a more peaceful death
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