Driving Miss Daisy

How do we deal with a client's diminishing capabilities? We need to encourage families to engage in important discussions about allowing an agent to determine when a client's diminished capabilities render her unable to make certain critical decisions, so that the agent can make those decisions on the client's behalf. For example, who determines when it's no longer safe for a client to drive or what

How do we deal with a client's diminishing capabilities? We need to encourage families to engage in important discussions about allowing an agent to determine when a client's diminished capabilities render her unable to make certain critical decisions, so that the agent can make those decisions on the client's behalf. For example, who determines when it's no longer safe for a client to drive or what music your client will listen to in the last days of her life? Your client can specify the iss

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