Memento Mori – Death Education Series

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 Reiche Community Center – 3rd Mondays 

Leona Oceania 

Die Well Death Education 

The Latin phrase, “Memento Mori” translated in English means  “Remember you must die.” We are all going to die, whether we think  or talk about it – or not. However, thinking, talking, and preparing for  death can not only increase your possibilities of a “good death” but can  also create a better life.  

The primary intention of this series is to open the conversation about  death. Preparation and communication are the primary keys to the  creation of a “good death.” Learn what steps can – and should – be  taken to better prepare for our own deaths, as well as options available  to you at the end-of-life and afterwards. This series will explore many  different topics and options for consideration and conversation; not to  become paralyzed by the concept of our own demise, but rather to  inspire, motivate, and encourage ourselves and others to live our best  lives.  

#1 – Monday, November 15th, 2021 – 6:30 – 8:00 PM 

Preparation is Key – This session will focus on death preparation:  advance directive, end-of-life plans, etc., inclusive of a discussion of  EOL and disposition options. 

The following COVID-19 protocols must be followed: We expect you to be vaccinated in accordance with current CDC guidelines; masks must be worn indoors; at least 3′ distancing must be maintained; you must legibly sign in with your name and contact information in case contact tracing becomes necessary.

The series of presentations is free, but donations will be gladly accepted to help keep the programs going. Feel free to share this e-mail with your friends.

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