Hospice care in Dallas/ Fort-Worth is evolving. Awareness about the importance of end of life care is
- Emotional Stress
- Crisis of Distribution of assets
- Question about Preferences for burial or disposal of dead body
- Crisis of Liabilities
- Crisis of Unresolved conflicts
- Crisis of Guardianships
A person who dies leaves behind family members in emotional stress which takes time to heal up. If we make death a common topic of discussion with family members it will be less stressful for them to face such an event.
Assets may include real state, investments, insurance, business and many others. It is always recommended to write a living will to state distribution and disposal of all assets.
Advanced directives include living will and Medical power of attorney. In the living will person defines what treatment client would or would not receive in case of medical crisis. A medical power of attorney involves designation of a person to act on client’s behalf if the client is not able to communicate due to the medical crisis.
Most of the people in Dallas/ Fort-Worth believe that they should talk about the end of life care but only small percentage have documented living will, the Medical power of attorney and ever talk to their doctor or attorney about it.