New Health Care Advance Directive for Dementia Patients
Peter J. Strauss and Martin M. Shenkman
As many as 6.5 million Americans have some form of dementia and as the population ages those statistics will increase. A difficult decision process many people should address as they age is what type of medical care and end of life decisions should be made. In particular, what should be done about feeding. This is an issue fraught with philosophical, religious and emotional implications. This video will explore options and considerations that are vitally important to address to be certain your wishes are both known and respected.
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