The presentation will cover the bane and the benefits of modern health care:
How to choose the best surrogate or power of health care attorney.
How to talk to that person about your wishes.
Understanding your life support and quality of life choices.
Using your choices to create your legacy. Opportunity for questions and discussion.
An interfaith hospital chaplain, Trudy James, speaks of death and dying, advance directives, and legacy work from experience and with a compassionate heart. She recently retired from a twenty year career creating faith-based volunteer CareTeams for persons living and dying with AIDS –in Arkansas, and in King County. Through her business, Heartwork, she facilitates spiritual retreats, grief and loss groups and end of life planning groups.
When: Monday, April 28th 2:00-3:30pm
Where: Magnuson Park Brig Room 406
6344 NE 74th St.
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