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Legal Issues in Life-Limiting Conditions, 2nd Edition 

The second edition of A Guide to Legal Issues in Life-Limiting Conditions provides an overview of the key legal and practical issues that arise when caring for someone with a life-limiting condition, with new information on independent senior housing units with or without ancillary services; physician orders for life-sustaining treatment; and organization requirements for the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). Long term care facility administrators, social workers, and administrators for palliative and hospice care centers will find this resource especially helpful.

The following audiences may find this resource helpful:
  • Primary caregivers
  • Social workers
  • Estate planning attorneys
  • Health care providers
  • Health care administrators
  • Patient advocates
  • Public Interest attorneys

The Guide can be downloaded for free here:

A Guide to Legal Issues in Life-Limiting Conditions, 2nd Editon


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Health Care Organizations That Have Co-branded Life-Limiting One Pagers

The following organizations have shown their support of the Life-Limiting One Pagers by co-branding them with AHLA. The one-pagers listed below provide a reader-friendly summary of the more comprehensive Guide to Legal Issues in Life-Limiting Conditions.

American Health Care Association
Alzheimer's Association
American Society of Consultant Pharmacists
Caring Connections
Catholic Health Association of the United States
National Association of Social Workers
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
Navy League of the United States







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