Myend End-of-Life Care and Terminal Illness

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A death plan can be a helpful tool for people with advanced dementia who want to make their wishes known. The plan can cover topics such as funeral arrangements and end-of-life care, and it can also include personal notes and messages to family members. Do you wonder what Myend can do to help you navigate terminal illness? Well we explore the Myend end-of-life care and terminal illness next.

Last Goodbyes

The last goodbye feature allows users to record their voice, add photos, and write messages. These last goodbyes can be shared with family members and friends through the app. This feature may also be useful for people who want to share their final messages with the world without writing an obituary or having to go through the process of writing a blog post or letter. Read more about it here.


Make photos of your belongings and upload them. You can then indicate which one of your contacts gets what. This is especially useful for items with sentimental value, like photos or jewelry. It also helps make sure that someone doesn’t accidentally throw out something that belongs to you. This feature is especially useful for terminally ill people with a longer prognosis since they can keep updating their list of belongings. Learn more about Myend’s belongings feature.

Memory Lane

The memory lane feature helps users organize their thoughts before they are gone. This is especially useful if your cognitive skills are slowly fading as it allows you to organize your thoughts in an easy-to-navigate format so that family members can find them easily after your passing.

The Memory Lane feature allows users to create collections of photos and videos that they can share with family members and friends after they pass away (or before). This feature may also be useful for people who want to share their childhood memories with their children or grandchildren before they pass away. To learn more about it, have a look here.

Vault & Documents

The vault feature allows you to decide what happens with your digital assets, including what happens to your accounts on social media sites, email accounts and more. You can set a password and even a time limit for access to your digital files. The service allows you to choose a Legacy Contact and set up a plan for how these digital assets should be handled.

You can also upload import documents for safekeeping under the feature with the same name. This includes documents such as birth certificate, marriage license, divorce decree, and more. It’s worth noting that not all of these documents might be necessary for your family members but better safe than sorry. After all, having them on hand for reference if needed is always helpful. We can also have a look at our additional resources about our Documents and Vault features.

Last Will & E-will

As a terminally ill person, you may be concerned about how your family will cope after you’re gone. There are several ways to ensure that they are not left in the lurch and can continue living their lives without worrying about how to pay for things like food and rent.

End-of-life planning is an important aspect of what you should do to protect your family after you pass away. This is where Myend’s Last Will comes in handy.

Last Will and Testament

One of the most important documents for anyone to have is a will. When you write out who gets what in case of your death, it helps ease any stress or confusion that may arise among your family members when they receive news of your passing. By having this document in place before anything happens, you can make sure that all of your wishes are fulfilled according to your wishes. You can easily use our legally- binding Last Will and keep updating as you work on your estate plan. For more details have a look here.


Myend’s e-will is the free, simpler version of the last will. It’s a non-legal document that allows you to share your wishes with your loved ones. They may not be legally binded to follow these wishes but even just sharing them with loved ones can be healing and liberating. Read more about this futuristic end-of-life document here.

Advanced Care Plan, Donor and Euthanasia Statements

An advanced care plan can help you and your family make decisions that are right for you. It also helps medical professionals respect your wishes and preferences. This non-binding document allows you to share any preferences you have so your family is aware of your wishes.

Correspondingly, our donor and euthanasia statements allow you to share your wishes regarding these topics. If you’re a registered donor make sure to add this to your donor plan. If you are ready to let go make sure to share a euthanasia plan with your closest people. Even if it’s not enforceable, you’re essentially letting them know that you’re ready for your next and final adventure. We also offer more guidance and details about our euthanasia statement, donor plan and advanced care plan.

Funeral Plan

A funeral plan is a document that tells your family how you want to be buried or cremated. It can also include wishes for a memorial service, burial site and other arrangements. In addition to providing guidance for your family, your funeral plan should address any fears or concerns you have about dying. It’s important for you to feel as prepared as possible for your final days. Read more about Myend’s detailed funeral plan here.

Final Thoughts

When you’re terminally ill, it can be hard to know when the end is near. You may feel like you’re dying day by day — or even hour by hour. But there are things you can do to make sure your wishes are followed and that your family is prepared for the future. Myend end-of-life care and terminal illness is here you prepare everything.

Every single of Myend’s features and services is carefully designed with love to help you navigate your own mortality as a terminally ill person. If you’re ready to experience the empowerment of being in control of your fate, sign up today for free.

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