volunteer, and continuing
education director, with a
is it for?
Instructional Design for Dying
is for anyone who wants to explore the death and
dying part of their own life. It can be used by groups
working together in community or by individuals. It can be
used by medical or clinical professionals working with patients or
clients and by non-professionals on their own.
8 progressively intimate, challenging
including presentations and active participation
November 12, 2010
(with 9 CE Hrs, $64)
San Francisco, CA
are the benefits?
first potential benefit from participating is
clarity about personal
preferences and a deepened, natural acceptance of the end of life.
dying also shows what to value most while we're still living.
people mean to complete an Advance
Directive but never get around to it. A second potential
culminating activity, is actually producing not only the Directive but
Health Care Proxy
assignments and medical orders as well.
All necessary Forms are provided. Sufficient time is
allocated in the workshop , after considerable prior reflection, to
complete short Directive forms. Participants may
want to complete more extensive versions of the forms following the
about values and concrete preferences with possible caregivers is a
third potential benefit, because their understanding may be
the most important factor in leaving on
your own terms.