Making Decisions for our Legacy Plans and Passing Peacefully

Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest: Stephanie Payne
Guest Bio: For thirty years Stephanie Payne has been a practicing RN with special interest in Home Health and Hospice. Her education is varied and diverse: St. Louis Community College, Webster University and Landmark Education. Stephanie has been presenting this information and advice on “Final Planning” for Senior Groups, Community Organizations, Business Forums, Attorneys and Financial Planners. She is a documentary film producer and the author of “The Sandbox Wars”, true tales of what happens to families at the very vulnerable time of grief.

Segment Overview: Stephanie Payne discusses ways that elders can pass peacefully and leave the family and leave the family intact. She also touches on why we have difficulty making decisions when we get older, why we refuse to make decision about our Legacy Plans, and why it may be too late to start your legacy plans.


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Neal: Hello and welcome to Health Professional Radio. I’m your host Neal Howard. Glad that you could join us today. Our guest in studio is Stephanie Payne, a registered nurse with interest in home health and hospice. She’s here today as the author of “The Sandbox Wars” to talk about what we can do to keep our family intact as we pass on. How are you doing this afternoon Stephanie?

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