KARE 11, the Minnesota NBC affiliate, is following Honoring Choices and The Convenings. Journalist Kent Erdahl is visiting, interviewing, and observing as Minnesotans learn more about Advance Care Planning.
One document you don't want to live (or die) without. KARE 11 journalist Kent Erdahl and Honoring Choices' Karen Peterson talk about the directive.
When the patient is a child. Experts at Children's Hospital share advice and insight into talking about end of life with young patients.
Not something we typically include in health care directives, but a related and important topic - how do you prepare your digital footprint for the future?
Trust and communication are truly key to a successful ACP conversation between patient and doctor. Dr. Renee Crichlow shares insight and advice on how to accomplish this.
Keith Simons, a change expert, shares how his life and outlook have changed since being diagnosed with cancer.
A multi-generational talk about ACP starts because of one Twin Cities teacher's homework assignment
How to talk with your family over the holidays - Dr. Jennifer Kuyava shares some tips.
Finding hospice care for your loved one: Kent Erdahl takes us to Quiet Oaks Hospice House in St. Cloud
Hospice: This is a big topic which can be hard to address; MNHPC's Nikki Gruis Diekmann shares important information.
Talking about the end of your life may be difficult, but one northern Minnesota town is embracing it. Hear what's happening in Ely, and why.
Cathy Wurzer talks about how The Convenings began, and how people can start their own Advance Care Planning.
First in a series of 6 Extra features, this segment shares Ely resident Mike Rouse's story (as featured in the 11/2/2016 Convening)
Honoring Choices Medical Director, Dr. Ken Kephart, chats about the importance of developing a plan.
Former TCMS President, Carolyn McClain, MD, is featured in this commercial for the KARE 11 Extra series on ACP.