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
- 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.
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
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
Health Links -
Healthlinks provides a comprehensive directory of health care web
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
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.