This lighthearted introduction to the series will provide you with all the reasons why you should plan to attend the remaining life transition education sessions.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2020), only 4 of 10 Americans will die instantly; the remaining 6 out of 10 will die a slow, debilitating death as a result of a chronic health condition. Do you know your options for end-of-life care?
You may have an idea about how you want to live out your final days, but do you know the process for making your wishes known? In Advanced Directives, Part I, the concepts of advanced directives and naming a health care agent are introduced. The pros and cons of advanced directives will be discussed as well as what powers advanced directives can and cannot offer the individual.
We plan and prepare for most events that we deem important, yet few of us prepare our loved ones with instructions on what to do when we die. Making final arrangements can be overwhelming for those close to you. Clear choices may be difficult to make. When the death of a loved one occurs, there are many decisions that will have to be made in a very short period of time.
In this five-part series, Dr. Lisa will guide you step by step on completing your Final Wishes.
Many people almost immediately associate the word "grief" with the death of a person or pet. Truth is, there are many other types of grief.
This seminar introduces the learner to the difference between grief and to grieve as well as the different types of grief that we all experience.
When it comes to the term "Living Well" we probably all have different ideas of what that means. This seminar identifies the 3 documents you need to have completed and distributed among those you trust to implement your idea of "Living Well".