App Developer / Designer

Publisher of 'The New Art of Dying'

Producer of 'Randy & Sandy's Advance Care Plan' Puppet shorts

Stacks Image 228

The New Art of Dying

How would you like to die? How can you help your family and other loved ones to have a death that gives them comfort? Only you can answer this. Each of us has our own special feelings, hopes, fears, and desires around this universal issue. These days, dying can happen in many different ways because of high-intensity therapies that prolong life and postpone dying.

The proliferation of choices, possibilities, and alternatives can be overwhelming. There is no one answer for dying correctly. Each of us wants to get it right and do it our own way.

The New Art of Dying Website:
www.dianemurdock.com

Stacks Image 231
My Health Care Wishes

An Advance Directive Manager App
for your Smartphone...

Empowerment and peace of mind. A click away. In the palm of your hand.

While most all Americans think it’s a good idea to talk with their loved ones about end-of-life care, less than 30% have actually done it.

For Sales & Information:
The American Bar Association,
Commission on Law & Aging

www.myhealthcarewishes.org

Available for Apple & Google Phones

Randy and Sandy's
advance care plan

Stacks Image 263

A light-hearted approach to much needed conversations.


Randy and Sandy are a light-hearted approach to much-
needed conversations. They show that the most important talk we are not having is how we want to die.

The 12 episodes engage us in what’s real when it comes to not talking about dying care — advance directives are about being treated the way you want, conversations should happen long before that time comes and more than once, and not talking about dying won’t stop the inevitable. In several of the shorts, they introduce My Health Care Wishes (distributed by the American Bar Association) an mHealth app for smartphones, that stores and sends your advance directives and those of your loved ones “just in case,” addressing the rare availability of these documents when most needed.