Fall Education Series 2: Finding Common Ground AM or PM
Day: October 17, 2017 Time: 10:00 AM-11:15 AM
How to Plan for a Good Death and Talk about it with Your Family
Join us to discuss possible end-of-life scenarios, explore your treatment and comfort care choices and learn how to communicate your wishes to your family. Though this is an… uncomfortable topic, preparing now brings peace of mind to you and your loved ones in the future.
Two Sessions: Tuesday, Oct. 17, 10am-11:15am OR 7pm-8:15pm
There are two sessions:
Please let us know if you are attending in the morning or the evening in the “Comment” section of the registration form. Thank you!
We want to be your resource. Let us help you through the talks, plans and choices involved in life’s final years. Please join us at one or all of these informative workshop-style presentations designed to give you the tools to effectively navigate important medical, relational and end-of-life decisions. There is no charge to attend, however reservations are required.
Kate Roberts, MSW, LSW, is the Director of Support Services at Peter Becker Community.
I have been a social worker for almost 20 years and have spent the last decade specifically working with older adults. I have spoken privately and publicly on a wide range of topics from insurance, depression, anxiety and crisis implications on behalf of PBC and look forward to sharing some of that knowledge and experience with folks outside our community.
Our Next Topic:
Living Smarter: Fall Education Series
Session 3: Supporting Family and Friends in the Early Stages of Memory Loss
Two Sessions: Tuesday, Nov. 14, 10am-11:15am OR 7pm-8:15pm
We’ll be talking through some real-life strategies to help you care for and support your loved ones as they face memory loss. This session is particularly geared towards caretakers, family members and friends of those with dementia.