Internet Resources / Links
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- American Bar Association – Good starting point for creating an advance directive.
- ABA Toolkit for Advance Care Planning – A great consumer guide with 10 “tools” for advance care planning.
- NOAH – NOAH provides access to high quality full-text consumer health information in English and Spanish that is accurate, timely, relevant and unbiased. See advance directive information and forms by state.
- Caring Advocates® Promotes a culture of extended quality of life. This site gives information and can help you prepare your document.
Contains many resources, such as books and literature on end of life planning.
- AARP – The nation’s largest organization for people aged 50 and older.
- Long Term Care Resources – Long-term care information for the public – Web services for providers.
- Aging with Dignity – Aging with Dignity is a privately-funded, non-profit organization that advocates for the needs of elders and their caregivers.
- National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization – Free resources on end-of-life care including state-specific advance directive forms.
- Health Links – Healthlinks provides a comprehensive directory of health care web sites.
- Elderhope – Resources about end-of-life care and support.
- Palliative CareCenter & Hospice of the North Shore – A nonprofit, community-based hospice and palliative care organization in Illinois. The site has information on advance planning and hospice care.
- On Our Own Terms – This PBS site was set up in conjunction with the television series, “On Our Own Terms, Moyers on Dying”. Resources include an “End-of-Life Tools” section in addition to discussion and outreach groups.