Who Speaks for Me: A Conversation about End of Life—Expected and Unexpected will be on Thursday, August 15 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the West Seventh Community Center. Panel members will include a local physician, nurse, social worker, chaplain and a family member who has experienced the challenges and gifts of making end-of-life decisions with family members.
By Chris Rosenthal, Aging & Disability Services Director My beloved mom passed away recently. She had been a hospice patient for over three years. She always reminded us that “no one lives forever.” It was her acceptance of death that made it possible for her to readily accept hospice care. Mom gave her family the […]