Advanced Care Planning Workshop Series #3: Making a Plan to Plan
Friday, October 21 at 12:45 p.m.–2:45 p.m.
Do you or a loved one have questions about death, dying, and how to talk about your wishes? Take part in this three-workshop series to better understand how to take charge of planning your end of life care. Join insightful leaders for these informative sessions. This is an invaluable workshop series designed to help you feel more in charge of your end of life plans and how to talk to your family about them. It is most beneficial to attend all three, but not required.
- Friday, October 7: Conversation Café—Talking about Health Care Choices
- Friday, October 14: Talking about the Advanced Care Planning Process
- Friday, October 21: Making a Plan to Plan
Register by calling the Seniors’ Activity Centre at 604-925-7280 or online.
About the Facilitators:
Connie Jorsvik is an expert in health care and advance care planning. She was a registered nurse for 25 years and for 11 years has helped patients and families navigate our complex health care system during serious and complex illness. She is the author of Advance Care Planning: Prepare for Serious Illness. Her new book, Navigating the BC Health Care System, is due to be published this fall.
Vicki Lee is a librarian at the West Vancouver Memorial Library who has worked in health care settings for over thirty years. She has a passion for tailoring information to meet the specific needs of her audiences. She is a Board Certified Patient Advocate and an experienced advance care planning and end-of-life educator.
For this in-person program:
- Masks are recommended. Anyone who wishes to continue wearing a mask may choose to do so and that choice is respected.
- There are no restrictions on in-person events, per Public Health updates.
- Capacity may be limited.
Stay home if you are feeling sick. Please use the hand sanitizer provided when you arrive. As the COVID-19 situation continues to change, this program may be modified or cancelled.