Auckland District Health Board is developing written resources and training to encourage people to think and talk about the treatments and care they may want at the end of their lives. Conversations that Count is a series of facilitated, hands-on workshops where members of the public and organisation representatives will have the opportunity to talk about their thoughts, experiences and opinions and help shape the resources for everyone to use.
Each workshop will have different focus:
Workshop 1: Tuesday 14 February, 9am-1pm
Help us understand how people talk about preparing for death and dying. To find out more or register: http://conversationsthatcount1.eventbrite.co.nz
Workshop 2: Saturday 3 March, 1-5pm
Help us understand how you would want to talk with a family member about death and dying. To find out more or register: http://conversationsthatcount2.eventbrite.co.nz
Workshop 3: Tuesday 27 March, 6-9pm
Help us decide what should be in a written guide and what training people need. To find out more or register: http://conversationsthatcount3.eventbrite.co.nz
Workshop 4: Saturday 14 April, 1-5pm
Help us make sure the written guide and the training works well for everyone. To find out more or register: http://conversationsthatcount4.eventbrite.co.nz
We invite you attend these important workshops, share your experiences and help improve the experiences of others.
To register for any of the workshops, click on the links above.
Please contact Hilary Boyd, firstname.lastname@example.org or 307-4949 x22874
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