Begin with the End in Mind
2019 Begin with the End in Mind
A special thanks to Dr. Tom Osborne, former Nebraska Cornhuskers football coach, for inspiring us to hold the Begin with the End in Mind series!
Begin With the End in Mind is an ongoing series about End-of-Life Planning.
2019 Begin With the End in Mind dates are:
- March 15 with Kerry Beldin, Ph.D.
Kerry will talk about The Gift of Illness.
- April 15 with Abby McConnaughhay, JD, MA.
Abby will talk about Legal Issues at End of Life.
- Held at the Thompson Alumni Center (Bootstrapper Room) on the UNO Dodge Street campus
- 1 P.M. to 2 P.M.
- Parking is available for all registrants
This event is FREE TO ATTEND
Click Here to view the flyer.
For more information or to register, please call Maria Sorick at 402.554.2272 or contact her by email: email@example.com
Melissa Johnson, M.D. TOPIC: The Basics of Palliative Care.
Cathy Fox, MSW of Grief 's Journey. TOPIC: Disenfranchised Grief: A grief not recognized by others.
Gary George, Exec. Dir. Josie Harper House. TOPIC: Spiritual Aspects: End of life from a hospice perspective.
Dr. Amy Haddad, Creighton University. TOPIC: Advance Directives: The ups and downs.
Marcia Adler, PhD, R.N. Director of UNO Health. TOPIC: Women’s Retirement Experiences
Timothy Lenaghan, AmeriCorps Equal Justice Works Elder Justice Legal Fellow Legal Aid of Nebraska. TOPIC: How to ensure your wishes are carried out at end of life.
Ron Jensen, JD, Baird Holm Law. TOPIC: Prevention of Financial Abuse through Effective Estate Planning
Domingo Maynes, III, MD, CHI Health. TOPIC: Palliative Care
Shane Kotok, MS. TOPIC: Writing your ethical will
Margaret Schaefer, JD, Elder Access Line/Legal Aid of Nebraska. TOPIC: Discussing the legal aspects at end of life.
Paige Toller and Dr. Julie Masters, University Nebraska Omaha. TOPIC: Write your own obituary
Tom Belford, Owner, John A. Gentleman Mortuaries. TOPIC: – Plan your funeral/memorial service
Helen Chapple, Creighton University. TOPIC: Talk about your wishes: It’s all about the conversation
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