Choices Right To Live​​​​
You Have The Right To Live
The Choice Is Yours
Individuals with disabilities, the elderly and the terminal have the right to provider support that is free from policies and procedures that are restrictive and limiting in nature and/or impose restraints to control symptoms and behaviors.

Our intent is to change public opinion on an individual’s right to die, so called a death with dignity or physician assisted death, and instead focus on ones right to live out their lives to the fullest regardless of disability, age or co-morbid conditions.

​This includes advocating for behavior and safety supports for these individuals, especially when they cannot voice; instead of using chemical and physical restraints as symptom controls, or denying provider support, in effort to usher in a right to die.​

Right to Die-Right to Live
Historically, hospice care has been sacredly reserved as a blessing to relieve pain and
suffering of a dying patient in the final stages of life. Hospice development was based upon a heart-felt motive of caring for individuals during a fragile time of life. Many early hospice institutions were faith based and did their work without profit, even without payment to gracefully usher in a peaceful, painless and comforting death for the critically ill. But today, hospice care has evolved into something much different after so many accounts of patients being ushered quickly into death, carrying hospice into a different realm in many people’s eyes. A sacred institution meant for suffering and dying patients is no longer just for the dying, but for the terminal; possibly even at the first stages of disease. Without well-defined transitions between palliative and hospice care, and with the use of strong narcotic pain medications, hospice can result in a patient being transitioned to end of life care while not in final stages of life, even while still responding to physician ordered treatments; resulting in a manipulation to hasten death, philosophized to be for the good of the terminal patient. Sadly, all is being done without patient knowledge and/or choice, all for the purpose to hastened death.
Pharmaceutical treatments that historically have been used by hospices to relieve the pain
and suffering of the dying individual are now narcotic pain medications being used to control behaviors and anxiety of the terminal (not yet dying) patient; used in an unlimited amount and without MD management to keep the individual calm and even unconscious until passing. The process is more specifically defined as terminal or palliative sedation and the calming meds are used to mimic a state of permanent unconsciousness, as would be if the patient was dying; but, they are not dying, only drugged. The drug-induced permanent unconscious state then justifies the withholding and withdrawing of life-sustaining meds and treatments as a next step, then ushering in a patient’s right to die under a manipulated death process. It is a cascade that results in the individual’s death without patient choice or knowledge that they are dying.
Choices Rights To Live