Are you a planner? Death is the one life event that is guaranteed, but plans are not always in place. A panel of death & eldercare experts will provide insight on creating an end-of-life plan.
How do you best prepare for death? It depends….
If you are a planner by nature, or out of personal or professional necessity, it’s essential to have the language, the resources, & the ability to reflect on personal culture & values---all of which are vital components for end-of-life preparation.
With that said, end-of-life matters are often neither easy nor welcomed topics of conversation. This panel of compassionate & dedicated professionals will provide mindful and practical tools which will help you consider & develop an end-of-life plan. In addition, there will be personal sharing of the planning experience from the perspectives of a daughter, mother, & deathcare professional. There will be time for questions.
Facilitator: Stefanie Elkins, Continuum of Care Coach & Consultant, Be Present Care
Financial/Legal: Rebecca Goldfarb, Elder Law Attorney, Goldfarb & Luu
Dying Process /Ceremony: Jill Schock, Death Doula, Death Doula LA
Disposition: Disposition: Shawn LaValleur-Adame, Death Midwife & Funeral Director, DIY Dying
Personal Reflection: Megan Carmichael, Funeral Consultant, 805 Funerals
Continuing Education Units (1.5 CEUs) available courtesy of Institute on Aging San Francisco
BRN (RNs); CAMFT (LCSWs / MFTs / LPCCs / LEPs); MCLE (Attorneys/Fiduciaries).
After you register we will send follow-up regarding CEU specifics. There is no charge.