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If you were diagnosed with Alzheimer's, what would you do?




As an end of life doula, I have had the opportunity to think about this a lot. My number one priority would be to make sure I could end my life on my own terms before my cognitive decline made that impossible.


That's why I am really excited that California's advocacy group, A Better Exit, is working on proposed changes to the current law. SB 1196 would:


Eliminate the requirement whereby a person must be within six months of death;


Include the option of an intravenous method for self-administering the life-ending drugs;


Make Medical Aid In Dying available to people with early to mid-stage dementia who have decision-making capacity.


If you or your loved one had severe cognitive decline, would you want these options so you could end your life with dignity?

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