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Including Your Family in Your Healthcare Decisions

In times of illness or injury, wanting loved ones nearby for comfort is natural. But providing moral support is not the only function family members and friends can provide to patients. By including a trusted person in healthcare decisions, patients have a true advocate – someone who can ask questions, provide answers, and make decisions when the patient can’t.

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In times of illness or injury, wanting loved ones nearby for comfort is natural. But providing moral support is not the only function family members and friends can provide to patients. Author Mary Lynne Knighten explains, “Many times, worry about their condition, fear regarding the diagnosis or prognosis, and anticipatory grief concerning loss of function, independence, or even life weighs heavily on their minds as they seek care for their health needs.” By including a trusted person in healthcare decisions, patients have a true advocate – someone who can ask questions, provide answers, and make decisions when the patient can’t.

By Mary Lynne Knighten

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