We have many meaningful conversations in our lives, including talking with family and loved ones about our own—or their—wishes for care at the end of life. Despite the inevitability of death, this is the last conversation many of us either want or know how to have! Yet, without these discussions, we run the risk of getting care we don’t want, or not getting the care we do.
Come share your questions and experiences with Martha Hayward of The Conversation Project, who will present ways to make having “the conversation” easier.
This event is part of the Connolly Branch Library's series "Aging & Transitioning: Caring for Ourselves and Others as We Age".