Your Resources

There are tons of invaluable, public resources at your disposal. We’ve collected a few of the most important resouces so that you don’t have to sift through the internet on your own to find them. Below is a list of the most important resources our families ask about.

Invaluable resources and information. Just for you.

The American Bar Association Commission on Law & Aging

The American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging has a number of reference resources available for you to review at your leisure.

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The National Alzheimer’s Association

The website for the National Alzheimer’s Association is filled with facts, figures, warning signs, and experiences of living with the disease. The NAA also provides a downloadable pamphlet on end-of-life decision-making for patients in the latter stages of the disease.

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Aging with Dignity

Aging with Dignity offers resources to safeguard personal choices as we age. This site hosts the familiar Five Wishes document, one way to encourage dialogue among family members that is explained on their website.

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American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society has a wealth of information, research, and educational resources available for patients and their families.

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The National Family Caregivers Association

The National Family Caregivers Association offers assistance to those of us caring for a loved one, full-time or part-time, and also provides connections to caregiving resources as well as other caregivers. The NFCA also provides helpful support and tips for self-care, which we often disregard when vested in caring for a loved one. They also offer a newsletter, which you can sign up to receive on their website.

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The National Hospice Foundation

The website for the National Hospice Foundation is filled with invaluable information about hospice services, what we can expect, how to deal with various issues at the end of life, both prior to and after death, and methods of dealing with grief.

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The Department of Health and Human Services

The Department of Health and Human Services supports an Elder Care Locator resource page to connect elders and their families to services. On this website, you may search by location, by categories, or by topics.

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Mesothelioma Center

The Mesothelioma Center offers resources for recovery, working with doctors to provide treatment, support, information, and to offer legal and financial resources, to include assistance to veterans.

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