Living Well Dying Well
Living Well | Dying Well: A Community Learning Program Goal: To Improve and support people's ability to be active in their own care
Living Well | Dying Well is designed for people living with a chronic illness, family members, and health care professionals with the goal of enhancing quality of life.
- All sessions and workshops are free
- Space is limited; pre-registration is required
- Sessions are open to people living with chronic life-limiting illness, caregivers, family members, health care professionals and the general public
NOHS hosts a variety of workshops throughout the year to provide an opportunity for caregivers and those with a chronic illness to have conversations with Health Care professionals about:
- Home and Community Care Services
- Assisted Living
- Residential/Complex Care
- End of Life Care
- Eligibility, Access and Costs
- Government Funded Benefit Programs
WHAT ARE YOUR MOST IMPORTANT WISHES?
Presented by Dr. Carole Robinson, PhD, RN
School of Nursing, UBC Okanagan
If your loved one becomes seriously ill or is aging, do you know what is most important to them to make this valuable time more rewarding and less stressful?
Bring your partner, relative or best friend for a free two hour workshop to learn ways to start this conversation.
May 16 - 10 AM to 12 PM
Pleasant Valley Health Centre
3800 Patten Drive
May 16 - 2 PM to 4 PM
3505 - 30 Avenue
May 17 - 1 PM to 3 PM
White Valley Community Hall
Register for any of these free workshops by May 1, 2018. Call Phyllis at 250-503-1800 ext 101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to our partners: The University of British Columbia Interior Health Authority, Lumby Health Centre and the White Valley Community Resource Centre.