My Life: The Last Chapter - What It Means to Die a Good Death

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Be the author of your last chapter! 

Regardless of your age, health, or lifestyle, creating a practical plan of action for the end of life will bring you peace of mind and be an invaluable gift to your loved ones. In these four workshops, we will bring light to the legal and financial tasks and compassion to the physical and emotional challenges that we all face.

In these workshops, you will complete worksheets and take actionable steps toward end of life planning.

In this workshop, Akaljeet Khalsa, Death Doula, will discuss death and what it means to die a good death.

Event takes place in the Dunaway Community Room.

In partnership with the Pitkin County Senior Center Advisory Board.

Workshops are also available on Tuesdays May 7 - May 28 at Basalt Regional Library.

 

Event Contact

Led by: Teresa Hall and Patty Fox

Contact: Monique Rodriguez, monique.rodriguez@pitkincounty.com

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