Category: Legal

Credentialing and Other Issues in Life Care Planning

Introduction Credentialing in support of one’s professional work in health-care-related fields has exploded with an apparent increasing array of certifications, licenses, educational degrees, and registrations available. Many credentials are backed by research, accreditation, and...

Home Assessment in Life Care Planning

Introduction Of the originally published life care planning format, two pages or categories, Home Furnishings and Accessories, and Architectural Renovations, were dedicated to addressing requirements associated with living at home for clients with catastrophic...

Life Care Planning Resources

Introduction A plethora of information has been written over the years about resources that can and should be used in life care planning. As life care planners, we know that the person with the...

Technology and Life Care Planning

Introduction Integrating emerging technology with professional skills provides a powerful tool for a successful life care planning practice (Thomas, 1992, 1994; Weed, 1995, 1996a, 1996b, 1996c). Today, the life care planner can access a wider...