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Advance Directives webinars in June

This is an important time for advance care planning. It has always been good to complete advance directives and have conversations with those who matter most, but COVID-19 has highlighted how critical planning is to getting the care that is right for us. Check out the June webinar events below to learn about advance care planning from a number of varied perspectives. They are being hosted  by organizations in our community, including The Conversation Project, Boulder Community Health, and CU Anschutz. All are free to the public.
Talking to Your Doctor About End-of-Life Care 
Some of the most important — and most difficult — conversations you’ll ever have are about your wishes for end of life. Talking with your loved ones is an  important step in making your wishes known. But it’s also essential for your health care provider to understand your priorities for end-of-life care. Hear Drs. Jean Abbott and Ben Keidan describe treatment options for your final days and how to include end-of-life discussions at your next in-person or virtual wellness visit. Sponsored by Boulder Community Health. Register here

COVID-19 Advance Care Planning
Talking about medical and end-of-life wishes is an important way we can all have more control in this uncertain time. At The Conversation Project, we want to help you start or continue your advance care planning journey. Join us in June for a live webinar covering advance care planning basics and COVID-19 questions. Register here
Advance Directive Open House
TCP’s trained conversation coaches will be available by appointment via Zoom throughout the day. They can answer advance care planning questions, provide the right documents, and help you start this important conversation with those that matter most. We can help ensure your wishes are respected. Sign up for your appointment
Advance Directives in the time of COVID: Myths, Facts and Ethical Challenges 
On behalf of the CU Anschutz Multidisciplinary Center on Aging and the Center on Bioethics, we would like to invite you to participate in the upcoming Town Hall, Advance Directives in the Time of Covid: Myths, Facts and Ethical Challenges. Now more than ever, completing advanced directives is critical. Whether you are completing them for yourself, helping clients, patients, family and/or friends, understanding some of the challenges can make it less intimidating. Join us for an hour-long webinar with experts that will help dispel some of the myths, provide facts, and offer strategies to understand better some of the challenges that prevent completion of these documents. Panel members include Drs. Jean Abbott, Christine LaRocca, Peggy Budai NP, and Anisha Lucero MSW.  Register here

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