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Taking a break is really important for caregivers
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It's not a matter of IF your family will need access to your personal, medical, legal and financial information; it's a matter of WHEN
No advanced care planning, no way anyone can ensure your health care decisions are known and acted upon if you aren't able to communicate
Family meetings with adult siblings are a useful tool when making key decisions in the care of aging parents or relatives
The Patient as Partners – Working Dialogue Group held its two-day conference in Vancouver last week