End of Life Preparedness: Is That Even a Thing? Lashanna Williams - CEU-eligible

  • Tuesday, April 06, 2021
  • 6:15 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Online Meeting via Zoom
  • 49


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End of Life Preparedness: Is That Even a Thing?

 - CEU-eligible

LaShanna Williams, A Sacred Passing

Preparing for death and dying is a thing, being prepared is a whole other topic. Join in a conversation with end-of-life educator and Doula, Lashanna Williams. about the ways people can be organized at the time of death.

Lashanna (she/her) is, at her core, a helper, doula and massage therapist who merges formal education, ancestral knowledge, life experience and all six senses to guide her care. She serves individuals, families, intentional communities, and small businesses with end-of-life education and planning, body care education, home wake facilitation and creating legacy pieces. She has a never-diminishing desire to grow community care through education and collaboration to fully support autonomy and choice through abortion, death and dying. "If energy is neither created nor destroyed, I'm sure we've met sometime before." Antares Wellness, A Sacred Passing

Breakout Rooms (Table Topics):

What types of documents are helpful to have legally completed at the end of life?

What end-of-life documents do you have completed for yourself? Does your partner? Your children?

Greetings Fellow Organizers, Productivity Pros and all Potential Guests,

The NAPO Seattle Area Chapter Board members are, as I'm sure you are, finding this to be a challenging time in our world. Covid 19 is upending virtually every aspect of our daily lives.

As such, it's with an abundance of concern for our health and safety that we are announcing that we are rescheduling May's meeting at Hotel 116  to be a virtual meeting on the same date.

We are using Zoom as our platform as we've had much success with it in the past and found it to be super easy to use. You can find more information on how to use Zoom here. ALL NON-CHAPTER GUESTS MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE of this meeting in order for us to be able to provide you with a Zoom link.

Business Partner Presentation: John Stromberg, Happy Hauler

Tuesday April 6, 2021

6:15PM - 6:30PM

6:30PM-6:40PM Welcome to the meeting & Introductions
6:40-6:50pm Business Partner Presentation
6:50PM - 7:50PM Guest Speaker
7:50PM - 8:00PM Announcements/ Wrap-up

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