My Wishes: The 3 Ds of Advance Care Planning

Thursday, May 13, 2021 to
Thursday, May 27, 2021


Phone: 877-926-8300
Contact: AARP Texas

This event is full.

What Are Your End-of-Life Wishes?
Learn How to Decide, Discuss and Document Your End-of-Life Wishes So Your Family Does Not Have To!

Attend this FREE webinar series and learn how to decide, discuss, and document your end-of-life wishes.

The 3 Ds of Advance Care Planning 
How to Decide, Discuss and Document Your End of Life Wishes™

How to Decide What You Want & Who Will Speak for You If You’re Unable - This webinar will introduce you to facts and tips that will help you make sound decisions about what your end-of-life wishes are and who might be the best person to make medical decisions for you if you are unable. 

How to Discuss Your End-of-Life Wishes with Your Loved Ones and Health Care Professionals - During this webinar you’ll learn how to openly discuss your end-of-life wishes with your loved ones and chosen health care agent. You’ll learn how to talk with your health care professionals too. 

How to Document Your End-of-Life Wishes So Everyone Is On the Same Page - This webinar will give you an opportunity to document your end-of-life choices. Discussion will center on the Directive to Physicians (Living Will) and the Medical Power of Attorney (appointing your Health Care Agent). 

Advance Care Planning Facilitator, End of Life and Grief Educator 
Garrick ColwellGarrick Colwell has been a Hospice Volunteer since 1987, serving as an on-call hospital and hospice chaplain. He is a Respecting Choices® Advance Care Planning Certified Instructor and Facilitator.

As a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, he co-created with Hospice Austin Conversations On Grief, a monthly online grief support program. 

In 2017, Garrick and his late wife Kinsloe, along with 20 Austin area healthcare advocates, co-created Kitchen Table Conversations, an all-volunteer nonprofit providing educational resources that empower people to have end of life conversations.

Garrick served as Patient Advocate, full-time caregiver, and end of life companion to his late wife, Kinsloe.


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