Having “The Talk”
Lead the conversation with the
people who matter most
Talking to Family About End-of-Life Events Doesn’t have to be Difficult
Use CheckOutPlan to encourage healthy conversations with loved ones
Having “The Talk” about mortality and other challenging topics isn’t easy for most families. In Check-Out’s first section, share your intent to build an end-of-life plan with family and friends. This is an opportunity to engage loved ones, request support and ask for input for your planning process. Include them when writing your powerful Just-in-Case letters in which you share your most important thoughts… Just in case.
Lead the Discussion
Give your loved ones the chance to talk
Start one of the most important conversations with your closest people
Share your decision to build a Check-Out plan
Share your intent to build a CheckOutPlan with your the people
Pre-written letters speed up the process
Pre-written letters get the conversation started, quickly and easily
Send a letter to your parents
As an icebreaker for parents who have not yet provided their last wishes, help them get started!
Ask for input
Encourage a discussion about the planning process with those closest to you
Send a letter to your children
When your children are uncomfortable with the topic of your demise, get them talking
Why Have “The Talk?”
Help Family and Friends Have “The Talk” About Mortality and Planning Using Check-Out
Guided Just-in-Case Letters Make it Easier
Leave behind thoughtful letters to those who latter most by editing pre-written letters to create a powerful statement. Be heard!
Ask for Input, Build Support
Invite loved ones to provide comments early in the planning process. Get people onboard with your planning process.
Make Wise Decisions Based on Responses
Make the right decisions for you and your family based on the information they’ve shared with you here. Build a plan that works.