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Posted on: September 28, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Orange County Department on Aging to host presentation on end-of-life options

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The Orange County Department on Aging and the Project EngAGE End of Life Choices Senior Resource Team invite the public to attend a virtual presentation, End of Life Autonomy: Making Choices that are Right for You on Oct. 14.

End of Life planning can be a daunting task as we attempt to navigate and absorb all of the information available. The Project EngAGE End of Life Choices Senior Resource Team proudly hosts Fran Schindler for a discussion of the importance of making informed end of life decisions that meet our individual wants and needs. Fran will share her talk on Existential Angst and the Practicalities ofGetting Dead” providing valuable information regarding end of life autonomy and ensuring your end of life choices are honored.

The event will take place on Wed., Oct 14, from 4-5:15 pm via a virtual platform. The room will accept entry beginning at 3:45 pm to assist with any questions or issues with using the platform prior to the start of the program.

For link information, please contact Shenae McPherson at shmcpherson@orangecountync.gov.

If technology assistance is needed, please contact Shenae McPherson at 919-245-4243 by Monday, Oct 12.

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