What if you became too ill to speak for yourself?
With legal documentation, known as advance directives, you can avoid confusion and instruct your family, friends, and health care professionals what sort of health care you want to receive and what other decisions you want to be made on your behalf. Discussing the ups and downs of setting up an advance directive can benefit you or a loved one in the future. This is not an age limited discussion--all can benefit from this information.
In March, the series hosts Amy Haddad from Creighton University.
Begin With the End in Mind discussions are free and open to the public with registration.
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