Are these goals important to you?

  • To have a timely and peaceful transition?
  • To get complete relief from unbearable pain and suffering?
  • To avoid prolonged harm and burdens if you reach Advanced Dementia?
  • To have others honor your dignity and respect your privacy?
  • To protect your family members from stress and conflict?

Start by getting four FREE items:

  1. “Case Study” of Casey Kasem. One in a series of real–life cases showing how certain strategies may make a huge difference.
  2. Instructions to send us your Living Will for our no obligation, FREE professional evaluation and what we do/don’t cover.
  3. Also useful: Use this link to obtain a copy of the Dr. Douglas Scharre's SAGE test, which can privately indicate the possibility of Mild Cognitive Impairment or Early Dementia:
  4. Worried about your risk of reaching Advanced Dementia? Answer these 20 questions; then read our recommendations.

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Caring Advocates’ Planning Professionals can help you create

“A Seat at the Table.”

a seat at the table

Suppose someday, a serious illness prevents you from being able to speak for yourself. Then you will have two complementary ways to express your wishes:

(A) The legally valid, clear and specific Living Will that you completed, signed, and had witnessed; and,  
(B) The video that you recorded on which you explain exactly why you feel certain wishes are so important.

When “that time” comes, your “Decision Team”— your physician, proxy/agent and perhaps family members and counselors—can compare your condition with your written Living Will and view your video recording.

“Plan Now, Die Later® to Live Longer” so you can attain these two goals: Eliminate or vastly reduce family conflict; and, Experience a peaceful, prompt, and private passing.

Helping dementia patients avoid premature death.

San Diego Union-Tribune, March 5, 2015. By Stanley A. Terman, PhD, MD

“How long do I have?” is question No. 1 after receiving a terminal diagnosis. If diagnosed with dementia, often the next is, “How can I avoid prolonged dying in advanced dementia?”

The movie “Still Alice” featured Julianne Moore in an Academy Award-winning performance portraying losses of memory, family, profession, independence, perhaps dignity and losing control over one’s destiny.

Click here for article.

What we do and why:

Our mission:

Caring Advocates’ clinical, legal, and pastoral professionals are dedicated to helping people attain peaceful and timely transitions.
Our Plan Now, Die Later™ strategic approach to Advance Care Planning effectively reduces prolonged suffering.
Confidence that others will honor their wishes lets patients decide to live longer.

Our means:

Caring Advocates’ clinical, legal, and pastoral health care professionals are dedicated to help you learn your end-of-life options, express your wishes strategically and, serve as your advocates so others DO honor your wishes.

"I thank you for our very stimulating and interesting email discussions following the Nuffield Report, and for the excellent materials that you have sent me over the last couple of years. The work that you are doing in turning ethically well considered ideas into detailed practical ways of making a difference to people is most impressive and admirable."

Tony Hope MA, BMBCh, MRCPsych, MFPH
Professor of Medical Ethics at the University of Oxford, Founder of the Ethox Centre within the University of Oxford's Department of Public Health