According to a survey by The Conversation Project, a Boston-based public education campaign to get people talking about end-of-life care, about 9 in 10 Americans want to discuss end-of-life care with their loved ones’, but roughly 3 in 10 Americans have actually done so. Learning how to start a conversation is hard and there is not one approach or even one conversation. To read the full article, click HERE.
An initiative by the Richmond Academy of Medicine, “Honoring Choices” are offering facilitated advance care planning conversations to individuals and patients. On October 13th, the EnRich for Life program, presented by the Weinstein JCC and JFS, will feature a panel discussion with five professionals for “Honoring Choices”. To learn more about EnRich for Life, contact Maya Barnett at 282-5644 ext. 231.