How to hear what’s not being said
It might sound strange, but imagine having a “good death” and what that concept entails. Join certified grief counselor Dave Kampfschulte, who will explain how his observations have taught him that end-of-life conversations, decisions and advance-planning discussions can lead to a more positive acceptance of death, not only for the terminally ill, but for the survivors, as well.
Kampfschulte will be in PebbleCreek Monday, March 30, from 1-3 p.m. to share his experiences of how he initiated conversations that assisted patients and their families on end-of-life resolutions, which ultimately led to a peaceful understanding and a “good death.”
If you missed his well-received Monday Morning Lecture in March 2018, this will be an excellent opportunity to hear about this important topic.
Kampfschulte has a master’s degree in education and is a certified grief specialist. He is the author of I’m Dying To Talk With You, in which he shares conversations that have helped families complete the stories of their loved ones.
DATE/TIME: Monday, March 30, 1-3 p.m.
LOCATION: LLL Center