• David Hurn

Planning ahead

Planning ahead is important for people who are dying and for their relatives and friends. It means thinking and talking about how you wish to be cared for in the final months of your life.

Why plan ahead?

It’s important to plan ahead so that you can put your mind at ease, and say those important goodbyes. By planning ahead you will also make the financial, legal and practical consequences of illness and death much easier for your family to deal with.

Here’s a checklist of things that you might like to consider, whether you are facing the end of life now, or you want to plan for your future end of life care.

Checklist of five important things to think about.

  • Legal and financial matters

  • Organ donation

  • End of life care

  • How you would like to be remembered

  • Funeral plans

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