Be the catalyst for their peace of mind.

A recent survey by The Conversation Project found that 90 percent of Americans believe it is important to discuss their wishes for end-of-life care, but less than 30 percent have actually had those types of discussions.

As a caregiver, you are in a unique position to help a loved one or someone you care for to prepare for the inevitable. Unfortunately, the topic of end-of-life planning is one that people often want to avoid or put off until it’s too late. You can take a proactive role in starting the conversation and walking your loved one through the planning process with the help of MyFinalChecklist.

Confidently start the conversation

Effectively lead the end-of-life planning process

Eliminate a key source of stress for loved ones left behind

Rest assured their wishes can be met

Take the Lead with a Comprehensive End-of-Life Plan

Step by step action plan

You don’t have to be an expert. The MyFinalChecklist planning system will walk you through every step of the end-of-life plan so you can confidently walk your loved one through each step of compiling their information.

Single source of information

All contained within an attractive, durable, high-quality binder, your loved one’s information and wishes will be organized and stored all in one place. It’s an ideal solution that can be easily found and updated as needed.

10 complete checklists

The planning system is organized into tabbed sections covering every end of life topic. You can rest assured all the details of your loved one plan is covered. And you can take it section by section to break the process up into “doable” chunks.

Expert guidance and reminders

As part of the MyFinalChecklist planning system, you can sign up for email reminders and resources to be delivered to your email inbox to assist you through the process and help keep you and your loved one on track.

MyFinalChecklist End of Life Planning System Just $140 Buy now
“If a loved one died and YOU would be the one to have to pick up the pieces, you'd need MyFinalChecklist! ”
Liz D.
Albuquerque, NM

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