Plan with a Loved One for Care at the End
Critical Conversations between family members

Five Conversations

Effective planning starts 10-15 years from the time your loved one will face the end. Take advantage of this valuable guidance in this resource whether you believe you may have 10 years or 10 months.   

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Hospice Support

Do you have a loved one going into Hospice Care?  Get the support you need in this deeply valuable resource.  Also helpful if you're considering working with hospice in your community.

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Write and Ethical Will

An ethical will is a legacy & love letter  to your loved one(s). This is a letter to write during major life transitions or to accompany your living will. Start writing today with this free guide.

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Have you started a conversation with your parent?
Creating a plan
will save you time, money, and emotional energy. The planning begins by summoning the courage to have a few conversations. These conversations are best to have long before you may think you need to have them.  We're here to help guide you through difficult conversations.

Say This/Not That, handy cheat sheet for productive conversations on care planning with a loved one
"I had no idea where to start with my mother's care. We had 6 months to prepare for her passing. These conversational guides and organizational docs were a Godsend for my family. I went from not knowing what to do to creating a peaceful process for my mother. I cannot believe this help is free! Thank you!"
- Marci M. Phoenix, AZ