Why is it that talking about death is still considered taboo and socially inappropriate to discsus?
Frank Smith and Sheila Himmel co-authors of Changing The Way We Die address the discomfort that surrounds death and suggest that there is a better way to die.
There’s a quiet revolution happening in the way we die. Almost half of all Americans now die in hospice care, often at home, and a vast industry has sprung up to meet the growing demand. Hospice has become a $14 billion-a-year business and arguably the most successful segment of health care in America.
What does hospice mean to today’s aging population and their families? Who are the corporate giants, increasing in number, owning this market?
More than 76 million baby boomers are starting to turn 65 and 97% of Americans want to be better informed about end-of-life care.
Whether you’re directly, or indirectly, involved with end-of-life issues tonight’s discussion is a vital resource for anyone facing life’s most challenging moments and it will help you avoid months of suffering for people you love in the days to come.
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