End of Life Care Article on Healthcare and Dying

Extending medical aid that is affordable and even covered is essential to the dignity of any American.  It entitles the American the care he or she needs in addressing comfort and peaceful transition in death.   Voters this election clearly cared about medical and end of life issues in their support of healthcare friendly candidates.

End of Life Care should not only be available for the wealthy.  Please also review our Pastoral Thanatology Program
End of Life Care should not only be available for the wealthy. Please also review our Pastoral Thanatology Program

The article, “The Growing Acceptance of Medical Aid in Dying” by Kim Callinan illustrates this necessity and call for better healthcare to the dying.  The article states,

“While expanding and protecting health care was the number-one issue for voters on Nov. 6, what has gone unreported is that elected officials can now safely run on the issue of expanding and protecting end-of-life care options. For decades, lawmakers feared that sponsoring medical aid-in-dying bills that would allow terminally ill adults to have the option to peacefully end their suffering would harm their chances of getting re-elected. This year’s elections proved those concerns false.”

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Please also review the Pastoral Thanatology Program at AIHCP.  End of Life Care training is available for qualified professionals.