Featured Article: How Families Can Settle Treatment Disputes
It’s difficult to make healthcare decisions on behalf of someone you love when they are terminally ill. It’s even more difficult when family members disagree with your choices. Unfortunately, disagreements aren’t all that uncommon, and they can create great strife during an already stressful time.
To avoid such situations, it’s best to have your loved one enter hospice care when he or she is still able to make these end-of-life care decisions. But this isn’t always an option. In these cases, a counselor, a social worker, a chaplain or other hospice professional can help your family sort through the difficult decisions you’ll need to make.