How to Make Tough End-Of-Life Decisions


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Learn tips on how to tap social workers to create end-of-life plans from hospital social worker Ray Kang.

The Vulnerable Conversation Storytelling Series powered by AARP features real Asian Americans and Pacific Islander family conversations around end-of-life wishes and planning, and experts providing “how-to” tips and advice around end-of-life caregiving. Ultimately, our goal is to empower families to have meaningful conversations that will allow them to plan ahead for end-of-life care.

Learn more about caregiving: www.AARP.org/caregiving
Learn more about AARP’s work with the Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Community: www.AARP.org/AAPI

Special Thank You To Our Community Collaborator: Chinese American Coalition for Compassionate Care

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What’s Your End-of-Life Wish?

Death is a universal experience. Yet, while more than 90 percent of people think that it is important to have conversations about end-of-life care with their loved ones, only less than 30 percent have done so.

For a limited time, we are giving away 500 Heart to Heart Cards: an advanced care planning communication game prepared by Chinese American Coalition for Compassionate Care to help families have meaningful end-of-life conversations.

 



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