End of Life Programs
The Foundation’s Shared Decision-Making® programs on end of life care.
Related Decision Aids
Situations may occur when people may no longer be able to speak for themselves or ask for the type of medical treatment they want. It’s hard to imagine ourselves in such a situation, and it can be difficult to imagine having to make decisions for somebody who can’t speak for themselves. To make difficult medical decisions easier, the Informed Medical Decisions Foundation has developed a Shared Decision-Making® program called Peace of Mind: Personal Stories about Advance Directives. Continue reading →
When a person has been diagnosed with an advanced chronic condition, plans for future medical care may need to be made in advance. To help people and their family members and loved ones understand the options available, the Foundation has developed a Shared Decision-Making® program called Looking Ahead: Choices for Medical Care When You’re Seriously Ill. Continue reading →