Listen to Dr. Gross’ public radio pre-recorded podcast series Dying To Talk, where she and her guests create a safe space to transform the experience of end-of-life conversations from dread to discovery.
We hope you use, enjoy and find the resources and tools listed on this page valuable. They are being provided to help stimulate, expand and support a lifetime of dialoguing.
Resources to help you “Dyalogue”
Dying to Talk Radio
& Go Wish cards
The Coda Alliance is a non-profit partner who understands the dire need for end-of-life conversations and they are the creator of the Go Wish cards we use in many of our programs.
If you are interested in finding out more about Coda Alliance or you want to purchase Go Wish cards click on the link below.
Disability Simplified by nimsa
nimsa is a trusted partner whose mission is to simplify, clarify, and redesign the disability benefits process so that people can focus on their health during recovery.
A program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. Provides free resources to help people make decisions about end-of-life care and services before a crisis, including free downloads to state specific Advance Care Directives.
My Lasting Letters
A letter midwife, helping people craft messages that will last long after they’re gone.
Films, Documentaries and Books
Short documentary film following the doctors, families, and patients, as they make end-of-life decisions. Available on Netflix.
Checklist for My Family, A Guide to My History, Financial Plans, and Final Wishes
Book by Sally Balch Hurme (AARP)