Attorney Timothy P. Crawford, S.C. - CPA, CELA*, CAP**

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Projects Get People Talking About End-of-Life Care
Talking about serious illness and death is hard. That's why so few people do it. But it's important. That's why there's a growing movement to get more of these conversations going among families and friends — and to help more people get control over the kind of medical care they want at the end of their lives. The latest effort, launched Friday, is a website called Prepare. It's designed by academic researchers, but is written at a fifth-grade level and features large type, voice-overs, and how-to videos with closed captioning — the better to reach a wide audience and help simplify what can seem like a daunting process, said project leader Rebecca Sudore, a geriatrician at the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center and associate professor at the University of California-San Francisco. Several foundations provided funding for the project.



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