Adult Nonfiction RA645.3 .K557 2010
Summary: An author with both clinical and personal experience shows readers how to make decisions for others with integrity, compassion, and honour. Features: Practical tools for individuals and professional caregivers. With the rapid increase in our elderly population and the rapid escalation of medical costs, decision making has become a critical and often heartbreaking exercise for caregivers. This book provides a proven method for facing tough choices in emotionally charged circumstances; An invaluable resource for those struggling to do the right thing. As they make medical and lifestyle decisions for others, many people wonder if they are making the right choice for the right reasons. This book gives everyone a way to do the right thing through a well-defined and logical process; A seasoned bioethicist with extensive experience in homes and hospitals. The author has spent years working with doctors, educators, and individuals faced with the responsibility of making tough decisions for others. From her studies and her own experience, the author shows readers how to do everything from deciding when to take away the car keys to making the ultimate medical choice.
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