We have a Visitor Room in our Facility that can be used by someone who is terminal for the last few hours, or even days, prior to a brain preservation. It would not be adequate for extended living.
Oregon Brain Preservation cannot provide any medical care or assisted living services. We are not licensed or set up to provide food, bathing assistance, or other similar services. The person should be on hospice and tended by friends and family. We would move them into our facility during their last few hours or days, but timing can be very hard to get right.
We support any End-of-Life choices that a person might make, and our Visitor Room would be available to help facilitate those choices.