Activist: 'You Only Die Once, Die the Way You Want'
Co-founder of Engage with Grace on importance of "the Conversation."
Family Gathers for End-of-Life Conversation
Both laughter and tears when three generations talk about planning for the end.
'Familes on the Brink:' Helping the Elderly Live on Their Own Terms
Roundtable on issues facing many older Americans and their caregivers.
Young Doctors Pave Way for End-of-Life Conversations
Many of the residents saw a need to bring the issue to the forefront.
When Discussing End-of-Life Plans, Language Should Not Be an Issue
Dr. Jessica McCannon reports: My husband and I are one of a rapidly growing number of dual-language families in the U.S., if...
End-Of-Life Conversation Can Mean Peace of Mind For Your Family
WABC’s Anchor Bill Ritter: I need your help and your input. I’m working on a project for ABC News that I’ve been dreaming...
The Defining Issue of Our Generation
Baby boomers are accustomed to feeling self-important. The 78 million Americans born between 1946 and 1964 were dubbed the Me...
Six Key Steps for Advance Care Planning
By Charlie Sabatino, Executive Director American Bar Association, Commission on Law and Aging Step 1. Ask yourself this...
How to Talk to Your Family or Physician About Advance Care Planning
By Myra J. Christopher, Kathleen M. Foley Chair Center for Practical Bioethics Most Americans indicate that they value...
Religion and Dying: How to Plan
Guest Column by the Rev. Tarris Rosell, Ph.D., D.Min., Rosemary Flanigan Chair, Center for Practical Bioethics A recent news...