Saturday, Nov. 17th (9am-3pm) The Tangled Garden
A good death is everyone’s right, but the idea makes no sense in a culture that doesn’t believe in dying at all: this is the dilemma for palliative patients and their families, and for those working in a health care system where dying is the end, not the fulfillment, of health. The time is upon us, after several decades of pain and symptom management, to imagine anew what dying asks of us all, and what a dying person deserves from us. This workshop is a deep meditation on how dying can be learned, and on what the care of dying people should have at its root.
REGISTRATION & PAYMENT OPTIONS: (your place in the workshop is secured when a payment has been received)
1. Call Pam Patterson to register & mail cheque payable to her to:
email: firstname.lastname@example.org , Ph (615) 308-8080
$130 at the door/ $115 for folks 65+, under 25 & students – $115 early bird rate when paid in full by Oct. 20th
Scarritt Bennett Center, The Great Hall, www.scarrittbennet.org (Registration start – 8:30am)
Bring your own lunch or visit one of the many nearby restaurants.
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