Journal of Life Care Planning Vol. 7 No.1
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Contents Include: 

Editorial: Life Care Planning...A Developing Process


Identifying a New Area of Damages: Assessing Time Loss Associated with Bowel Management

Nami S.Yu, M.H.S., C.R.C.

Jamie L. Pomeranz, Ph.D.

Michael D. Moorhouse, M.H.S., C.R.C.

Linda R. Shaw, Ph.D.

Paul M. Deutsch, Ph.D.


A Dialogue with…Mary Barros-Bailey,

PhD, CRC, CDMS, CLCP, NCC, D/ABVE


Application of Life Care Planning to Psychiatric Cases (An Ontario Perspective)

Audrey R. Miller, BSW, MSW, RSW, CCRC, CCLCP


Ethics Interface

I am a long term case manager and I also have a new life care planning business. I have provided case management services to an disabled individual to a client with a disability who is now in need of a life care plan. Her attorney has requested that I do the life care plan. I have become very close to the family, but I know I could write an objective life care plan. Is it ethical for me to accept this assignment and perepare the life care plan?

Nancy Mitchell, MA, OTR/L,ATP, CLCP, FIALCP

Book Review: Diplomate, American Board of Vocational Experts Weed, R. O. (2007). Life care planning: A step-by-step guide. 

Ann T. Neulicht, PhD, CLCP, CRC, CVE, CDMS, LPC

Book Review: Garland,W., & Anderson, L. (2008). Life care planning: A method to your madness. 

Roger O.Weed, Ph.D., CRC, LPC, CCM, CDMS, FNRCA, FIALCP