Former President Jimmy Carter Opts for Home Hospice Care

From a Washington Post story by Amy Goldstein headlined “Former president Jimmy Carter opts for home hospice care for finals days”:

Jimmy Carter, at 98 the oldest living former president, has chosen to spend his final days at home in Plains, Ga., in hospice care after a series of brief hospital stays.

Carter “has the full support of his family and his medical team,” the center’s statement said of the decision made by the nearly century-old one-time peanut farmer and engineer, who became the United States’ 39th president for one term from 1977 to 1981.