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Aging in Community: End of Life Choices
HAVE YOU HAD THE CONVERSATION?
It's not easy to talk about our wishes---or those of loved ones----about end of life choices. The place to start, however, is at the kitchen table, and not in the intensive care unit.
Join us for an intergenerational workshop that will help us to clarify our own wishes, help us talk to our parents (and other loved ones) about their wishes and help us get more comfortable in having these conversations. This session will be led by Dr. Jerry Goldberg from the Conversation Project., a national organization that “emphasizes having a conversation on values---what matters to you, not what is the matter with you”.
When: Sunday, April 23, 10:30 am to 12 noon
Where: Runkle School, 50 Druce Street, Brookline
Suggested donation: $20. All welcome regardless of ability to pay.
RSVP to Richard Segan, firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject line should be "Aging in Community 4/23 RSVP".
Sponsored by the BWC Aging in Community committee but this is a helpful workshop for all generations.