No one should be alone in the healthcare system. It is too complex, fast paced, and ever-changing.
- That every person in Metro Vancouver understands Advance Care Planning.
- That every person who has children has a Representation Agreement and understands the massive need for living insurance (disability, critical illness, long term disability).
- That those over the age of 65 has a Representation Agreement AND an Advance Directive.
- That absolutely every person who is dealing with a life-limiting or life-ending illness has a Representation Agreement AND an Advance Directive – and their family understands their wishes.
Put getting your documents completed at the TOP of your to-do list.
Upcoming Advance Care Planning Sessions
Paul Sugar Palliative Support Foundation, 3743 Delbrook Ave., North Vancouver
Tuesday March 21st: 6 to 8 PM
Tuesday April 11th: 2 to 4 PM
Tuesday May 16th: 6 to 8 PM
Tuesday June 13th: 2 to 4 PM
Additional ACP sessions:
West Vancouver Library (Sponsored by Dying with Dignity Canada), 1950 Marine Dr.
Tuesday march 7th: 1 to 3:30 PM
White Rock Seniors Village, 1183 Maple Street, White Rock
Sunday March 12th: 1 to 3 PM
Sunday April 23rd: 1 to 3 PM
George Mackie Library (North Delta) (Sponsored by Dying with Dignity Canada)
Saturday, September 16: 2 to 4 PM
Ladner Pioneer Library (Sponsored by Dying with Dignity Canada)
Saturday, September 23: 2 to 4 PM
Tsawwassen Library (Sponsored by Dying with Dignity Canada)
Saturday, September 30: : 2 to 4 PM
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