Death is the ultimate taboo. No one wants to think about death, much less talk about it. Yet dying is a natural part of life. Recognizing this helps us to improve the quality of our lives.
The crucial first step is to explore what we each may want -- and don't want to happen.
Care at the end of life may involve difficult choices. Often, issues are not addressed until a crisis forces an impromptu discussion. These important issues deserve more thorough and thougthful consideration. Our Speakers Bureau can help your group begin to learn about, think about, and talk about end-of-life care in an "open forum" designed to increase awareness, gently free up fears, and facilitate communication.
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Our speakers are professionals and community members who volunteer their time to educate people on the entire spectrum of end-of-life topics. Speakers provide information on the options for good end-of-life care in our community, including what to expect from good pain management, the importance of having an advance directive, practical strategies for communicating your desires to your family and physician, and other important, related topics.
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