Jackie Robinson Family YMCA Health Fair – San Diego

Wednesday, November 1, 9 AM-2 PM, Jackie Robinson Family YMCA Health Fair

Be sure to visit the End of Life Choices California (EOLCCA) information booth at this health fair.  EOLCCA Founding Director Lynne Calkins and End of Life Doula Sharon Harris will be on-hand to answer any questions you might have regarding advance planning and end of life options. Admission is a $10 gift card or cash.


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.

 

 

Alternative End of Life Workshop

Thursday, October 26, 9-11:30 AM: Alternative End of Life Options

Be sure to visit the End of Life California (EOLCCA) information booth at this workshop sponsored by St. Paul’s Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), a managed health care plan exclusively for seniors. ELOCCA Founding Director Lynne Calkins and client volunteer Judy Schnack will be on-hand to answer any questions you might have regarding advance planning and end of life options. This event will be hosted at St. Paul’s Plaza in Chula Vista.

Point of contact for this event is Erin Clements, Outreach Specialist, St. Paul’s PACE, 619-621-3369.


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.

 

Hope Hospice: End of Life Options and Medical Aid in Dying

All Hope Hospice clinicians (RNs, LVNs, MSWs, SCCs, et al) are invited to this Zoom presentation, Thursday, June 22th, 3-4 PM.

Representatives from End of Life Choices California (EOLCCA) will present on End of Life (EOL) Options including Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD). Topics will include recent changes to the California End of Life Option Act, eligibility requirements,  and barriers that still remain for those wishing to utilize MAiD.  There will also be an opportunity to ask questions.

Contact Mariam Lawson, mariaml@hopehospice.com, for additional information and/or Zoom sign-in link. For more information on Hope Hospice and Health Services, visit: www.hopehospice.com

La Costa Glen: Medical Aid in Dying

This live, in-person presentation at Catalina Hall is for La Costa Glen residents

Join Lynne Calkins, a Founding Director of End of Life Choices California (EOLCCA), for what promises to be an informative and thought-provoking presentation on the End of Life Option Act, and Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD). Topics will include the legal requirements for choosing MAiD, circumstances in which it may not be feasible, the process involved, and so much more.  There will also be an opportunity to ask questions.

For more information, contact Michele Chaffee, Activities Director, La Costa Glen, 760-704-1043