Facts: 1) In 70 percent of deaths, decisions must be made for treatment/non-treatment; 2) if you want to donate your organs, it isn’t enough to sign your driver’s license; and 3) most people would rather pass on a legacy of life lessons rather than possessions. So what documents must be in place for you to remain in control of decisions that affect your end-of-life treatment? What’s a binding way to indicate you want to donate organs? How can you pass on your wisdom to kids and grandkids? This is not about ethics of end-of-life decisions; instead, explore the most effective ways to ensure that your medical, financial and legacy wishes are known and honored.
Amy Florian is a liturgy and bereavement consultant, instructor in a graduate ministry program at Loyola University Chicago, and CEO of Corgenius, a company that teaches professionals to support clients in transition and loss. Florian has 30 years of parish and conference experience and has authored over 90 articles and three books, including “No Longer Awkward: Communicating with Clients through the Toughest Times of Life.”
REC16-7-09 Live Fully While You Live – Pass On a Legacy When You Die
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