Making health care decisions for someone at the end of life can be overwhelming. It can be even more difficult if you don’t have written or verbal guidance from them. If you’re making care decisions without specific guidance, one helpful tip is to reflect on whether they have ever expressed an opinion about someone else’s end-of-life treatment that you can factor into your decisions.
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Last Updated on April 15, 2022