Sites You Might Find Useful

It takes a village to take care of an elder. Here are some other helpful sites that our families have found useful.


POLST (Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment) is an approach to improving end-of-life care in the United States, encouraging doctors to speak with patients and create specific medical orders to be honored by health care workers during a medical crisis.

POLST is not for everyone; only patients with serious illnesses or frailty should have a POLST form. For these patients, their current health status indicates the need for standing medical orders for emergent or future medical care. For healthy patients, an advance directive is an appropriate tool for making future end-of-life care wishes known to loved ones.

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IMPORTANT! This information is meant to be used only for general information, in accordance with current medical information and the practice experience of this geriatrician and should never be used alone, outside of the medical advice of one’s personal physician.

Fall Prevention

Elder Abuse: Physical, Financial and Emotional

Phone Based Programs

Transportation Options in the Bay Area


    Go Wish Cards

    Emergency Contact and Current Medication Information