THE JOURNEY OF AGING RESOURCE GUIDE
END OF LIFE
Below are resources listed by category.
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It is a fact. All of us will die. Visit Essential Preparation to find additional information about planning your exit strategy.
Direct emergency medical technicians, first responders, and emergency healthcare facilities’ personnel. See also Legal category in the General Section to set up advance healthcare directives which can detail your wishes when you are unable.
DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE BRACELETS (DNR) INFO
FUNERAL & CREMATION SERVICES
FISS & BILLS FUNERAL HOME – OSHKOSH
FOX CITIES FUNERAL & CREMATION
KONRAD-BEHLMAN FUNERAL HOMES & CREMATORY
Provides pain relief, comfort, symptom management, and supportive services to individuals who usually have six months or less to live. Typically, care is provided by a team consisting of a doctor, nurse, social worker, counselor, chaplain, home health aide, and trained volunteers. The team works together to focus on the dying person’s and their family’s physical, psychological, social, and spiritual needs. This level of care can be provided in one’s residence (collaborating with the home health agencies/medical care), at most hospitals (collaborating with your hospital team), at most nursing homes, and at an in-patient hospice facility.
COMPASSUS – GREEN BAY
COPPERLEAF VILLAGE OF RIPON
HEARTLAND HOME HEALTHCARE AND HOSPICE
OAKRIDGE GARDENS REHABILITATION & MEMORY CENTER
ST. PAUL HOSPICE SERVICES
THEDACARE AT HOME
HOSPICE INPATIENT FACILITIES