End-of-Life Advocacy

Critical Conversations
  • Where do you begin and where are they supposed to get you?
The Most Important Things in My Life
  • We all carry within us the personal values and qualities that shape how we live our lives, most of the time without thinking about it. End-of-life care can present us with unfamiliar challenges about how to apply those values to critical decisions we’ve never had to make before. Most of us want our personal priorities to guide those decisions.
Their Voice, Their Choice
  • Naming a health care agent can be one of most important choices in your life.  Someone who will speak for you when you can’t needs to understand your wishes and how to be an effective advocate in potentially difficult situations.  We’ll explore how to consider who that might be, how to create support for them, and how to help make sure they don’t feel like they’ve failed.
From Here To There
  • End-of-life care is an entirely unique form of medical care and personal direction, and navigating it requires different tools, different information and different roads than the curative medicine we have lived with during our lives.  Starting now to develop inner and outer resources and strategies builds skills and teamwork that helps us continue to navigate these changes for the rest of our lives.
Death Over Dinner
  • How we want to die represents the most important and costly conversation we aren’t having. Gather your friends and fill a table for an uplifting interactive adventure that transforms this seemingly difficult conversation into one of deep engagement, insight and empowerment.

Specialized End-of-Life Advocacy Presentations

Choose from these popular end-of-life advocacy presentations or contact Kim Mooney, Thanatologist with Practically Dying to design a presentation that fits your organization’s unique needs

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