Caregiving, especially for your loved ones, can be demanding. Planning for eldercare for you or a loved one becomes an essential priority as you age. You or your family members may find it difficult to talk about—it’s a stage of life that requires asking for support and for family members to change roles.
Children transition to a more parental role in providing for their parents, grandparents, or siblings. All family members may fear discussing eldercare planning because they acquaint it to a loss of independence and a decrease in health.
Empower yourself and your loved ones by proactively discussing your preferences and plans. Learn more about planning for end-of-life care. Find tools and resources for guiding conversations about care. Discover tips on caring for loved ones who may have chronic diseases.
Beebe Healthcare offers supportive services for healthcare throughout life, including counseling and guidance about medically appropriate and ethically responsive treatment plans for end-of-life care.