Good Decisions - Living Life to the Fullest Until the Very End
Dying well takes planning. Do you need help getting started? Are you stuck?
Join us to discuss what is important for you and get tools to get back on track
to making good decisions for a good death.
Tuesday, October 29
North Beach Branch, SF Public Library
850 Columbus Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94133
This workshop will use the Compassion and Choices resource, My End of Life Decisions:
An Advance Planning Guide and Toolkit, to discuss the valus, beliefs, and wishes that
form the basis for your end of life choices, and how to share them with your loved ones,
friends, and doctor.
We will review a series of necessary documents that ensure that your wishes will be
known and carried out. These include an Advance Directive for Health Care, Dementia
Provision, Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST), and Residential
Agreement with Assisted Living Facility.
This session will be led by Regina Sneed and Dr. Dennis Pocekay, Compassion and
Choices volunteers, who do presentations on issues related to the end of life.