At 98, former President Jimmy Carter entered home hospice care in Plains, Georgia a year ago today.

 It was exactly one year ago today that former President Jimmy Carter, who was 98 years old at the time, received home hospice care in Plains, Georgia. 

  As of this moment, he is still the longest-living president of the United States.

  End-of-life care specialists have high hopes that his perseverance would inspire others who are in a similar situation to have hope and awareness.

 According to the Carter Center, the 39th President "decided to spend his remaining time at home with his family and receive hospice care instead of additional medical intervention." February 18, 2023.

 Hospice cares for terminally sick individuals. The American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine recommends hospice for those with six months or less to live. 

 Jimmy Carter has been a trooper. He remains strong after 12 months and a lovely birthday.

 Jimmy and former first lady Rosalynn Carter made their first public appearance since the announcement seven months into home hospice care.

 . The couple attended the Plains Peanut Festival. 

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