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Florida Living Will Requirements

Posted on: December 16th, 2022 by EOS Healthcare Marketing

Living Will Requirements in Florida Want to have a feeling of control over what happens to you at the end of your life? Preparing a living will ensure you get the treatment you desire if you cannot express your medical wishes. Having a living will also leave fewer tough decisions for your loved ones to…

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Texas Living Will Requirements

Posted on: November 29th, 2022 by EOS Healthcare Marketing

Living Will Wishes in Texas Preparing for the end of your life can be a touchy subject. No one likes to think about what happens if you are terminally ill but unable to tell the doctor what type of treatment you want. Making a living will ahead of time is smart because it gives you…

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California Living Will Requirements

Posted on: November 9th, 2022 by EOS Healthcare Marketing

What are the California state requirements to create a living will? It can be difficult to talk to your loved ones about your end-of-life wishes, yet it’s incredibly important for you and the ones you’ll leave behind. If you are like more than 70% of the population, you want to spend your last days at…

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Alabama Living Will Requirements

Posted on: September 14th, 2022 by EOS Healthcare Marketing

While the terms living will, advance directive, and even healthcare power of attorney are often used interchangeably, they are, in fact, different legal documents. It’s also important to note that a living will is completely different from a last will and testament. A last will and testament is a document to help inform others regarding…

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Colorado Living Will Requirements

Posted on: August 18th, 2022 by EOS Healthcare Marketing

A living will is part of an advance directive and is completely different from a last will and testament. A Will is a document that outlines your wishes regarding the distribution of your estate after you’ve passed. A living will is a legal document that informs doctors, family, and friends how you feel about medical…

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What is the difference between DNR and Advanced directives? The Complete Guide

Posted on: July 29th, 2022 by EOS Healthcare Marketing

How do you draft a living will? The right to choose is a fundamental human right that is respected even when one is on a deathbed. With DNR and advanced directives, patients with severe infections or terminal illnesses can now choose what kind of medical care they want. This article will discuss the difference between…

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How do you draft a living will?

Posted on: July 29th, 2022 by EOS Healthcare Marketing

A living will is a legal document and form of advance directive expressing your healthcare decisions at the end of your life. It is only used if you are unable to communicate your wishes yourself. If you don’t have a living will in place, your closest loved ones or family members must make the hard…

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Creating a Living Will Online

Posted on: December 20th, 2021 by EOS Healthcare Marketing

I’ll do it tomorrow. We’ve all said it, and most of the time, we have a tomorrow. Sometimes we don’t, and sometimes that thing we wanted to do tomorrow needed to be done yesterday. When talking about planning for your end-of-life care, this should have been done yesterday. What is a Living Will? A living will is…

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Advance Care Planning for Heart Failure Patients

Posted on: November 3rd, 2021 by EOS Healthcare Marketing

The purpose of an advanced directive is to ensure the healthcare you receive at the end of your life reflects your personal preferences and values. If you  suffered from heart failure and have recovered, you are still at a higher risk of your heart condition worsening. This could happen suddenly, and you may become unable…

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The Importance of Advance Care Planning after a Stroke

Posted on: October 19th, 2021 by EOS Healthcare Marketing

Advance Care Planning is Even More Important if You Have Had a Stroke Stroke survivors have weathered one storm, but statistics say that they will likely face more illness. According to the American Heart Association, 25% of the nearly 800,000 Americans who suffered from a stroke in a year are survivors of a previous stroke.…

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