Being Mortal: Redeemer Night Out Presentations
Nov 9th - 6:00 pm
Nov 16th - 6:00 pm
This program is open to anyone interested in learning more about end-of-life issues. The three evenings will provide an opportunity for participants to deepen their understanding of aging through listening to themselves and their loved ones concerning difficult decisions and hard conversations they may face as they age. The theme for the presentations will be on the “Power of Listening.”
Presenters: Rev. Candee Moser; Kathie Nielsen; Suzanne Plank; Camille Dunn, Hospice RN; and Lynn Convery, NP-Geriatrics
This is not a series—participants can come to any or all of the sessions listed.
- November 2: An overview of concepts presented in the Frontline Being Mortal film featuring Dr. Atul Gawande, author of the bestselling book, Being Mortal.
- November 9: Featuring a panel of people who cans peak from experience about listening to themselves and their patients in making decisions about serious illness.
- November 16: Featuring a geriatric specialist who will focus on having difficult conversations.
Sponsored by Redeemer Lutheran Church and 2nd Half Ministry Team.
6–7 PM at Redeemer Lutheran Church, Library
Dinner will be available for purchase prior to the programs from 5–6 PM.
No registration required.