There are exciting projects in the works for TCPBC in 2020. We are organizing a third faith community series in Lafayette after two successful runs in Gunbarrel and Longmont. This will take place in late April and May. Stay tuned for further details.
The Conversation Project and Starter Kit, at Balfour Senior Living, 1331 Hecla Dr., Louisville, 7-8pm
Medical Aid in Dying, at Balfour Senior Living, 1331 Hecla Dr., Louisville, 7-8pm
Dementia and Decision-Making, at Balfour Senior Living, 1331 Hecla Dr., Louisville, 7-8pm
Disposition of Remains/Organ Donation, at Balfour Senior Living, 1331 Hecla Dr., Louisville, 7-8pm
The Conversation Project and Starter Kit presentation at the Aspen Club in Longs Peak Hospital. 1750 E Ken Pratt Blvd, Longmont. 1:30-3pm
Aging Solo: Finding a Person to Represent You. This panel discussion will help you identify your values, what is important to you, and provide guidance on how to choose a decision-maker. This presentation will be of particular interest to those in our community who are aging without the help of family or other obvious decision-maker. Louisville Senior Center. 900 Via Appia Way, Louisville. 10-11:30am
Aging Solo: We will cover the basics of The Conversation and the Starter Kit, focusing on those who are aging without a traditional family support structure. First Presbyterian Church Boulder. 1820 15th St, Boulder. 10:45am
TCPBC will be presenting on The Conversation at the Caregiver’s Symposium. Boulder Jewish Community Center. 6007 Oreg Ave, Boulder. Time TBD
April 16th is National Healthcare Decisions Day. TCPBC volunteers will be available on a drop-in basis to help the community with their advance care planning. This is a free service open to everyone. Stay tuned for further details.