You’ll evaluate patients and their diagnoses.
You’ll teach patients’ families about their condition and the treatment required for it.
You’ll advocate for your patients, who often can’t communicate their own needs.
You’ll investigate the best possible long-term care solutions for your patients.
- Hospice care centers
- Insurance companies
- Managed care organizations
- Rehabilitation centers
Work as a Registered Nurse, gaining two years’ experience in life care planning and taking continuing education classes.
Pass your Certified Life Care Planner Exam through the Commission of Health Care Certification.
You’re ready to work as a Nurse Life Care Planner.