National Organizations working to expand end-of-life choices Compassion and Choices Death with Dignity Publications Samuel Harrington, MD, in Washington Post, 2018 New York Times, 2016 Washington Post, 2019 Mary Beth Bowen documented the final week of her mother Rosemary’s life in this 16-minute film Cantor, R. “Honing the Emerging Right to Stop Eating and Drinking.” […]
The site is provided by the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) and provides clear, comprehensive palliative care information for people coping with serious illness.
State specific options from National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO)
A nonprofit organization working to improve patient rights including end-of-life choices. They provide professional consultants & volunteers, by phone or in person, to walk you through advanced directives.
Aging with Dignity form and workbook is available in multiple languages.
Karen Wyatt, a hospice physician who has become a passionate death educator and advocate. Her project includes hundreds of hours of interviews with death workers, a reading group, and many other resources for mortals and other advocates.
The Conversation Project Caring Info’s guidance for selecting a health care agent.