Here at End With Care, our goal is to connect the public to the end-of-life resources they need. There are numerous end-of-life related events taking place throughout Massachusetts. For your convenience, we have put together the following list for this month.
September 10 - October 2
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Virtual Training: Conscious Dying Educator Certificate
Begins Tuesday, September 11th
The Conscious Dying Institute Conscious Dying Educator (CDE) Certificate is for End of Life Doula Certificate Graduates who have a strong call to teach, facilitate and coach. The program is a 10-week, online, faculty-guided course, which will focus on supporting families and communities to understand a variety of care modalities and care situations to make healthy choices before during and after death. For more information, please click here.
Friday-Sunday, September 21st-23rd
Take advantage of a variety of free workshops that focus on everything from accessible home design, to living well with chronic pain. No registration is required and all attendees are welcome. For more information, please click here.
Our Walk With Alzheimer’s--Newton
Tuesday, September 25th
When Jeanne was diagnosed with Mild Cognitive Impairment in 2010, she and her husband, Jerry, had to navigate the path from her retirement as professor of nursing to her death in January, 2016. Their initial goal was to enjoy every day together. Their final one was for Jeanne to be safe, comfortable, and content at home, where she could be dignified and loved until she died. This presentation reflects on how they met their goals, and on the people who helped them. To register for this free event, please click here.
Hospice & Palliative Care Music Therapy Course – Burlington
The course offers music therapists with in-depth training of the needs of terminally ill patients and their families. In addition, they will learn the business aspects of hospice music therapy and will be able to write business proposals to create new music therapy programs and expand existing programs. For more information, please click here.
Food, Wine, Beer Pairing and Silent Auction--Georgetown
Monday, September 24th
Merrimack Valley Hospice’s signature event, the annual Food, Wine and Beer Pairing, brings together more than 300 guests each September who enjoy a festive theme-based atmosphere, activities and cuisine along with a silent auction. More than $100,000 is raised annually from the support of our community to benefit Merrimack Valley Hospice’s patients and their families. To purchase tickets, please click here.
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