Workshop Series: Thoughtful Endings, Spring 2022
Thoughtful Endings 2022
A Six Part Series on End-of-Life Planning
Back by popular demand! The Caring Council offers a new series of workshops.
All Sessions held on Saturdays 9:00-10:30 am on Zoom
Some topics will be followed by small group and/or 1:1 coaching
March 26 – What matters to me? Preparing my decision-maker
Amanda Meier, MA, Coordinator, The Conversation Project in Boulder County
April 2 – I agreed to be a decision-maker: How do I do this well?
Mzia Chatara, MSW-retired hospice social worker
April 9 – Maximizing control in difficult situations: Exploring dementia directives, medical aid in dying, voluntary stopping eating and drinking
Constance Holden, RN, MSN-ethics consultant and retired hospice nurse
April 16 – How do I want to be remembered? Creating a legacy letter and meaningful obituary
Kim Mooney-Certified Thanatologist, Practically Dying
April 23 – What’s next for my body when I don’t need it anymore?
Sue Mackey, Certified Thanatologist, Out of the Box End of Life Planning
April 30 – As I Lay Dying: What does my UU faith have to offer?
Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry, Senior Minister, BVUUF
Please register on this form or contact Constance Holden if questions.