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Book Discussion on Take Care of Dying —Get on with Living

February 24 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

A casual and informative book discussion with Dr. Joan Edwards and Suzi Smith.

“The greatest gift you can give your family and friends is your carefully thought out plan for handling the unexpected events at the end of your life. Here—all in one place—are the basic decisions you need to make as long as you’re living: Your Durable Power of Attorney and your Health Care Directive. Who to choose? What skills to look for? What to do in emergencies? Learn about new issues when you turn terminal. As you know more, you’ll want to decide more. It’s about control. Communicating with your health care professional and your agent—who will speak for you when you can’t—becomes critical. You want them to follow your decisions in your Health Care Directive. None of this is a single conversation—it’s an ever-changing process. It’s your life. These decisions are yours to make. So take charge and make your voice count—now. Just do it!” Read more and Register here.

Dr. Joan Edwards served as Vice President of Planning, Research and Development at the College of Southern Idaho, the College of Western Idaho, and developed the CSI Foundation.  She is currently Co-Chair of the Campaign Cabinet for the Ponderosa Center in McCall.  She has served on boards for the Southern Idaho Learning Center, the St. Alphonses Hospital Foundation, the American Association of Women in Community Colleges, the National Council for Resource Development, and the National Institute for Leadership Development. Joan and her husband Mel are active members of the McCall Community, as well as avid bike riders and skiers.

Suzi Smith has been conducting Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) Certification Trainings since 1985. She holds a M.S. in Counseling from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and additional certifications with Four Winds Society in Shamanic Healing and the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners. She is coauthor of Beliefs—Pathways to Health and Well-Being and NLP: The New Technology of Achievement. In partnership with NLP innovators Robert Dilts and Tim Hallbom, Suzi has developed new NLP applications in the field of health and well-being. She continues to research and develop uses of NLP for longevity as well as health. In addition to conducting trainings around the world, she consults for a variety of private and government organizations. Suzi has recently expanded to include telephone life coaching as a part of her practice. A $15 suggested donation is suggested. The program is supported by grants from the St. Luke’s McCall Foundation Board and the Idaho Humanities Council, a State-based Program of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Details

Date:
February 24
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
https://cubmccall.com/calendar/

Organizer

Community Hub McCall
Phone:
2086343342
Email:
cubmccall@gmail.com
Website:
cubmccall.com

Venue

Virtual Event
McCall, ID 83638 United States + Google Map