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Connie Holden Presents “The Conversation Project”

Connie Holden
Connie Holden, RN, MSN

A program of Jewish Family Service, Hadassah and the Boulder JCC, this thought-provoking and highly interactive workshop is appropriate for adults of all ages, and includes a starter kit for the conversation. Talking about our wishes for end-of-life care is not an easy discussion, but the Conversation Project is there to help. The Boulder County organization fosters meaningful and effective conversations that (1) improve our chances of receiving the type of care that we prefer and (2) help decrease family discord should our families be called upon to make these difficult decisions for us.

Please join us Thursday, January 29th. at 7:00pm at Congregation Nevei Kodesh, 1925 Glenwood Drive, Boulder to learn more about this important conversation. “It’s always too early until it’s too late”.

Cost of $10 includes workshop and refreshments. To register, visit www.boulderjcc.org.

Connie Holden is the Co-founder of The Conversation Project in Boulder County. www.TheConversationProjectInBoulder.org

 

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  1. The LastingMatters Organizer is a comprehensive guide helping any adult, at any age, compile, organize and document personal information, intentions, and wishes. Have a conversation and make a plan before it's too late for the sake of your loved ones. http://www.LastingMatters.com.