Former president Jimmy Carter is doing well in hospice, according to his grandson.

It’s no surprise that at age 98, former president Jimmy Carter has weakened with age. The former politician, who is dying at home, has been receiving hospice care.

Read on to find out the latest hospice care information provided by his grandson.


Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States, has opted out of further medical treatment and will instead spend his remaining time at home with his family while receiving hospice care.

The Carter Centre made the announcement after the former president spent time in the hospital for various reasons. The former president’s grandson, Jason Carter, has been keeping the American people up to speed on his health. Jason is one of the former president’s 22 grandkids.

Carter Jr. addressed the media and said his grandpa is doing “as good as it can be.”

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Jason remarked of his grandparents, former President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, “They’re just meeting with family right now, but they’re doing it in the best possible way: the two of them together at home.

” Rosalynn and President Carter have been married for more than seven decades. This July will mark the celebration of the couple’s 77th wedding anniversary.

They’re aware, too, that they have no authority. Their religion has given them a solid foundation. This is the best it can get,” Jason Carter said. He said his ailing grandpa was aware of the outpouring of support that had come his way over the last six months.

However, his religious commitment is not all he has made. The former president, according to his grandson, enjoys a bowl of his go-to ice cream flavour every night. The president’s taste in flavourings is appropriate, since he inherited his family’s peanut plantation in the early 1950s.

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Until he became President of the United States in 1977, he continued to run the farm. He won the popular vote by 2.1% and the electoral college by 297-240, making him the 39th President of the United States. After one term in office, he was defeated for reelection in 1980 by Ronald Reagan.

Since its inception in 1982, the Carter Foundation has worked to “advance the cause of human rights and reduce human suffering.

” Together with his wife and Emory University, he founded the charity. The original goals of the foundation were and still are “conflict prevention and resolution, freedom and democracy enhancement, and health improvement.”

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The ex-president has had a number of health problems in recent years. He was diagnosed with cancer in 2015 and battled valiantly till his death.

On top of that, he’s hurt himself in the house a number of occasions due to falls. Among them were a shattered hip, a black eye, a bruised forehead, and a fractured pelvis.

The former president’s birthday is October 1, and he will then be 99 years old. Since George H.W. Bush’s death at the age of 94 nearly 5 years ago, he has become the longest-living President.

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