We hope that When My Time Comes will inspire you to have conversations of your own, with your doctor, family members, friends, neighbors and others about how you want the end of your life to look. The following resources can be helpful:
This national right-to-die organization has developed several tools for end-of-life planning, including help for those with dementia.
Ellen Goodman, formerly of The Boston Globe, and physicians at Harvard University created this guide for having difficult conversations about death and dying.
This advance directive document is legal in most states, and can help guide your decision making in a clear, humane manner.
At a Death Cafe people drink tea, eat cake and discuss death. Find out when and where to attend a death café where you live.
If you want to help bring right-to-die legislation to your home state, find out the latest developments and how to best advocate for change: www.compassionandchoices.org/take-action