I just had a conversation with my brother, who has POA and Medical POA for both parents. From reading the posts on this website, I realize that my parents do not have any EOL plans. When I asked my brother about what would happen if Mom got really sick, and needed to be resuscitated or needed a feeding tube, he said that he would then consult with all the siblings about what to do. I then told him that I thought that was a lot to put on us and why couldn’t we get Mom’s and Dad’s thoughts on this? That way we could have their wishes to guide us. He told me that the conversation was too depressing and I could talk to them if I wanted to. My father is still capable of conversation and can be quite lucid at times. My mother, I would have to catch on a good day. I have read on this site about documents with various letters, DNR, etc, but can’t remember all of them. My elder care attorney had told me that these forms come from a doctor. What are all the EOL plans that they should have in place? Where do we get them? Who keeps them? How should I approach my parents about this?