Today, I feel good, healthy and capable of doing everything I want to… But what about tomorrow? Or next year? What should I know and do before I go?
Too many of us are dying in a way not consistent with our values or wishes. Too often, we feel ill-equipped to support loved ones. Death takes all of us! Let’s create a world where we can talk about what we want for our future and what to do when someone is dying, caring and grieving.
The future is unknown territory and we don’t know what is in store for us, but we can plan for possible future challenges!
Whether you have a medical condition which is life-limiting or you feel fine, learn what to know and how to plan before you go. This is how you can care for yourself and others!
Join us for a FREE tea, discussion and information session on Thursday, 8 August and let’s get talking!
To find out more about planning for possible future health challenges, SWSPHN will be hosting a free morning tea information session and discussion.
Location: Library Meeting Room, Liverpool City Library (170 George St, Liverpool)
Time & Date: 1.30pm-3.30pm, Thursday, 8 August
Topics covered will include:
– What is palliative care and why it isn’t only about dying or cancer
– Advance care planning
– Dementia including what it is and how it can affect future decision making
Join a respectful conversation about all things life, death and in between. Have your questions answered and find out more information.
Everyone is welcome. Please register to attend.
For more information
Contact Vitor Rocha at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 4632 3000