Social work and end-of-life care

Social work is important in end-of-life care

You don’t need to have end-of-life conversations all at once

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A Boston radio station is discussing the importance of having advance care planning conversations about your end-of-life wishes. An important point here: most people find these conversations tough.

Answer: you don’t have to have them all the time, or all at once. Have them as stuff comes up.

BUT: keep a note in a place you agree on about what you decided.

CommonHealth: Making End Of Life Conversations Easier | Radio Boston.

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Written by Malcolm Payne

30 August 2012 at 9:13 pm

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