The great movie, The Bucket List, starring Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman as two older men facing their own mortality and deciding to live instead of wait to die, jump-started dialogues among families and friends on end-of-life wishes. It is a hard conversation to have, but perhaps one of the most important.
This November as we celebrate and raise awareness for National Hospice Awareness Month, read our CEO Sherri Snelling’s articles on how caregivers can have this end-of-life wishes conversation with loved ones and what resources are available to you:
Casey Kasem’s Legacy for Caregivers (PBS Next Avenue)
What We Can Learn From Brittany Maynard’s Death (PBS Next Avenue)
Why You Need to Make Your End-of-Life Wishes Known (PBS Next Avenue)