Thinking about starting end-of-life care is scary for those who need it and their loved ones, but taking the time to research and prepare as much as possible can ease the process significantly.
Educate yourself about different treatments so you can make informed decisions.
Express your wishes about what kind of care you want to receive to loved ones.
Understand the difference between palliative care and hospice care.
Learn how to communicate with medical professionals.
Research nursing homes and assisted living facilities in the area.
In conclusion, when making one of the biggest decisions of your life, it's so important to be informed.