Castro Valley Library: End of Life Option Act

 Castro Valley Library, Thursday, Jan 11, 11 AM. Open to the Public/Seniors The January meeting of Savvy Seniors will explore California’s End of Life Option Act (2016), a law that […]

Castro Valley Library: End of Life Option Act

 Castro Valley Library, Thursday, Jan 11, 11 AM. Open to the Public/Seniors

The January meeting of Savvy Seniors will explore California’s End of Life Option Act (2016), a law that is also referred to as Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD). This presentation will be provided by Adrian Byram, a volunteer with End of Life Choices California, and will explore the background, overview, and specifics of this law to cover who is eligible, the process for obtaining the prescription from your physician, and other relevant aspects.  Voluntary Stopping Eating and Drinking (VSED) will also be discussed, a legal option in all 50 states. Time will be available for Q & A.  
Questions Contact: Speaker@endoflifechoicesca.org
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End of Life Choices CaliforniaEnd of Life Choices California’s mission is to provide Californians the information and support to successfully navigate their legal end-of-life options.  Relevant topics include Advance Care Planning; the California End of Life Option Act (EOLA); eligibility requirements for Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD); and Voluntary Stopping Eating and Drinking (VSED)–a legal option in all 50 states. Our volunteers are very knowledgeable about both hospice and palliative care and can explain the differences between the two services.

Be sure to check our Resources page for Q/A; information on books, films, and organizations; sign up for our blog; see upcoming events; and so much more.  To request a speaker for your group or organization, click here.

Our Mission

End of Life Choices California’s mission is to provide Californians the information and support to successfully navigate their legal end-of-life options.  Relevant topics include Advance Care Planning; the California End of Life Option Act (ELOA)eligibility requirements for Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD); and Voluntary Stopping Eating and Drinking (VSED)–a legal option in all 50 states. Our volunteers are very knowledgeable about both hospice and palliative care and can explain the differences between the two services.

Be sure to check our Resources page for Q/A; information on books, films, and organizations; sign up for our blog; see upcoming events in your area or on Zoom; and so much more.  To request a speaker for your group or organization, click here.