Can you really choose to die? A talk by Jane Duncan Rogers and Phyllis Shacter
Join two authors and experts who will share their experience of end of life planning, with time for questions and discussion. In the Universal Hall and online.
Can you really choose to die?
Join us for a compelling event to discuss what can be a thorny question, and leave with much more awareness of what your choices are, what might suit your circumstances, and how to maximise your chances of the best end of life possible.
Live in the Universal Hall Findhorn, will be Jane Duncan Rogers, author of Before I Go: The Essential Guide to Creating A Good End of Life Plan. Jane is founder of social enterprise, Before I Go Solutions, a training organisation providing products and programmes to help others make good end-of-life plans. Their vision is to have end-of-life plans be as common as birth plans.
Streamed in live from Washington State in the US will be Phyllis Shacter, author of Choosing to Die: Elective Death by Voluntarily Stopping Eating and Drinking (VSED) in the Face of Degenerative Disease. She wrote this book after her husband got dementia and decided he no longer wanted to live with it.
They will both offer a short presentation and then be open to questions, comments, and sharings from the audience, both live and via Zoom. You can also submit questions beforehand.
Books and other products will be available in the foyer to purchase, or to buy them online, visit Amazon or any good bookshop or online store.
All monies raised will be split equally between the Findhorn Foundation, and the Before I Go Solutions Scholarship Fund, providing those from disadvantaged communities around the world an opportunity to become an accredited End of Life Plan Facilitator with Before I Go Solutions®.