End of Life Goals

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Senior Lady Holding Hands with Young Caretaker

The best time to consider your goals for your future health care and end of life care is now and periodically over time. These goals will naturally change, reflecting one’s current health status, treatment options, life situation and perhaps age. These goals must be documented in an advance directive and should be discussed.

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