Planning For The End: Miraculous Recovery, Little Regret

Aug 28, 2013

Sometimes, even thoughtful planning for the end of one's life can't foresee all the possible outcomes.

That was certainly the case for Reverend Canon Randy Dales of Wolfeboro, and his father-in-law. Canon Dales is a vocal advocate for the use of advance directives to maintain dignity in death, with his position formed by four decades of ministry and 30 years of work in a hospice he co-founded.

We continue our series on advance directives in New Hampshire with this audio postcard.

Other Stories In Our Series

Part 1: New Hampshire's Advance Directive Gets An Update

Part 2: Talking About Death Often Stands In The Way

Part 3: When Courts Have To Make Medical Decisions

In Plain Language: A Glossary Of Terms For End-Of-Life Planning