Events


Each month, we share free events taking place --in Masscahusetts and online--that offer inspiration, encouragement, and education on a range of end-of-life topics.

 

 

August Events

Family Dynamics at End of Life
Thursday, August 4th
12:00 - 1:00 p.m. ET
This session reviews the complexity and uniqueness of each patient’s family. Understanding how our roles and beliefs influence our lives, and those of who we care for, improves our approach to caring for them at end of life. An interactive exercise will be used to demonstrate what the culture is within your own family unit. These insights can enhance your caregiving skills. For more information, please click here.


Dying to Know Day
Monday, August 8th
Dying to Know Day, on August 8, is all about fostering deep conversations about the one thing all humans have in common — death. It’s an entire day dedicated to destigmatizing the topic of dying and educating others on how to die in a way that stays true to themselves and their wishes. The hope, on this holiday, is that we’ll all accept and plan on death so that we can live even better in the present moment. Learn more about how to celebrate this day by clicking here.


How to Plan for Aging in Place: Friends Life Care Educational Webinar
Thursday, August 11th
2:00 - 3:30 p.m. ET
Friends Life Care may be your certainty in uncertain times. Explore options to get peace of mind & ensure long term care needs are covered. To register, please click here.


Out of Illness Comes Art
Wednesday, August 24th
12:00 - 1:30 p.m. ET
Four artists used their chronic illness diagnosis to create art. They were shaken but not deterred. Follow the stories of four artists who create art to express their pain and health struggles as well as a level of hope. Each artist will describe their “diagnosis” story as well as how and why they create. To register for this free event, please click here.


What to do with your loved one's possessions?
Tuesday, August 30th
7:00 - 8:00 p.m. ET
Personal possessions tell a beautiful story of a person’s life regardless of age. But when we find that we have accumulated too much or a loved one passes, the process of sorting through the items can be overwhelming. Join this chat to learn the best approaches to thin, repurpose, and redistribute these possessions in a meaningful way to cherish the memories and pass the connection on to future generations. To register for this free event, please click here.


 


 

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