Before You Go: Part One

Planning for the End of Life

Before You Go: Part One picture

If we're lucky, we will face decline and death with some measure of control, able to make choices about our care. Bit these decisions are tough in the moment, and leaving them to loved ones imposes a heavy burden.

It helps to have a plan -- and as Jews, we have a rich tradition to help.

Learn from Rabbi Robert Tobin what guidance Judaism offers as we consider the end of life from a spiritual and religious perspective. When do we access hospice? What artiicial suports are we allowed to refuse or remove, adn under what circumstances? and, what do we mean by "quality of life"?