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Dignity, Security, and Peace at Life's End

About The Guidebook

 

Listed below are the mission statements for each section. There is a link to the first page of each section, that outlines the section and has a table of contents. You can download the guidebook in full, as well as the Body Disposition and HCPAD forms from our "Forms" link.

The Honor My Wishes™ (HMW) logo pictures a cairn, path and bird. A cairn is a stack of rocks marking a safe path to follow, used by travelers since ancient times. The sheet protectors in the following three sections include documents necessary to outline a path for loved ones to follow, assuring dignity, security and peace for an individual reaching life’s end.


Dignity Please Honor My Wishes for health care choices as set forth in my Advance Directive. To aid my Agent in making health care choices for me, I have recorded pertinent medical information and reflections on end of life care. [read more]



Security Please Honor My Wishes for managing financial affairs and distributing personal belongings as set forth in my Will. To help accomplish the orderly transition of my affairs, I have recorded important information regarding estate issues. [read more]

Peace Please Honor My Wishes for commemorating my life. To help complete this memorialization, I have recorded my suggestions for final arrangements, funeral plans and how I wish to be remembered. [read more]

Testimonial


I was introduced to the Honor My Wishes guidebook when a friend from Enumclaw shared it with me. I was impressed with how comprehensive the information was. I used my Honor My Wishes book to start the end of life discussions with my own family. I am a member of the Board of Directors for Willamette Valley Hospice, Salem, Oregon. Our non-profit hospice works every day to help families deal with end of life issues. I shared several copies with the Director of Willamette Valley Hospice for their staff to identify families who can use Honor My Wishes. I want to thank the organization that did the

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Patricia P. L. Salem, Oregon