COVID-19 brings up many questions.  CU Health has produced a flyer with information and options to choose about life support should you need to.


Once one gets past the initial inclination to avoid the topic, the end of life is a subject of fascinating and important stories, ideas and explorations. We’ve collected a few videos, audios and articles that we think you will find particularly interesting.

postponed to July 16, 2020

National Healthcare Decisions Day exists to inspire, educate and empower the public and providers about the importance of advance care planning.  To Learn More >click here

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"They call me the Grim Reaper, but I’m just a natural part of life. However, if you don’t plan for me, I can get pretty grim. I’m here to help you plan for my arrival."

A written record of your healthcare intentions becomes critical to ensure that your wishes are followed when you are approaching the end of life and if you are unable to speak for yourself.

End of Life Resources

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Upon completing the Tomorrow's Choices workshop, you will have everything you need to complete your Advance Directive

Letter to the Editor: The Denver Post, April 19, 2020 by Dr. John Lobitz, Board President for Tomorrow’s Choices, Re: ”Patient care rules decided,”  >READ MORE
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