AFETY (PPS) APRIL 13, 2020 - 7:00 PM Eastern Time
An advance care plan helps make sure that when an individual has a life- threatening illness or injury, their care team understands their treatment preferences and knows who they'd want to make medical decisions for them if unable to make decisions themselves.
All month long we will be sharing information to help individuals understand and complete their advance directives -
Step # 1
At our next meeting, you will learn about two unique programs that make it easy for individuals to securely record and share their decisions with doctors and loved ones. To register visit
At the April 13th PPS event Susan Capurso, an End of Life Doula and Legacy Creator, will speak about The Five Wishes Document and the essential reasons to complete this document for both yourself and for all of your children over eighteen years old.
Ruthlyn Noel, MPA, BCPA President & Chief Client Advocate will discuss the Electronic Advanced Care Planning Platform she uses for her clients.
Participants must register through zoom. Anyone not registered will not be able to participate.