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‘Hospice & Palliative Care’ Panel
‘Living Wisely, Dying Well’ has partnered with Newton Wellesley Hospital and Good Shepherd Community Care to provide a timely and informative panel discussion on Hospice and Palliative Care at Newton Wellesley Hospital and in the wider community.
Learn about the diverse services available, eligibility criteria, research studies and the advantages of earlier access to one of Newton Wellesley Hospital’s ‘best kept secrets.’
Friday April 27, 2018
2 – 4 PM
Donations are welcome!
Allen Riddle Hall
2014 Washington St.
Newton, MA 02462
Space is limited. Click here to register
Light refreshments served.
CEUs: SW; RN Contact Hr. AG and BS
True Story Theatre
‘Talking About Death with Loved Ones’
We know that death will touch all of us – we also know it’s often very difficult to talk with our loved ones about death and dying in a
meaningful way – and too often the conversation never takes place.
Come join us this Friday to learn how interactive Improv theatre can help deepen dialogue about important issues such as, what’s most important to us as we age [and face serious illness] and how we can communicate our values and personal wishes to our loved ones and, hopefully, learn about their preferences for their own care later in life.
See your stories illuminated through True Stories Theatre’s
Saturday, April 28th, 2018
7:30 – 9 PM
Admission $10 Students $8
First Unitarian Church
1326 Washington St.
W. Newton, MA 02465
Plan your funeral now and ease the burden on your family
Funeral panel discusses considerations and planning.
Sunday, April 29
11:00 -12:30 PM
Newton Cemetery 791 Walnut Street, Newton
1. David Brezniak Brezniak Rodman
2. Andrew Urquhart -MacDonald Rockwell & MacDonald
3. Heather Massey - Home Funeral Guide & Educator
Moderated by Joe Castro RN - Good Shepherd Community Care
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