“Living to the End: Practical Issues at the End of Life”
West Virginia’s population is aging. More people than ever are confronted with end of life decisions, for themselves or for their loved ones. Join us to learn and to discuss a path forward that honors the dignity of all human life – those aging, infirm, or with disabilities.
Caregivers Need Support
We all want our loved ones to be treated with dignity throughout their lives. But lines of communication between family members and medical professionals can be clouded by grief and confusion.
Professionals Need Support
The needs of patients and their families are often caught somewhere between cultural expectations and the legal implications of caring for people during difficult times. Explaining the intricacies of palliative care to grieving families can be difficult.
Register today for the conference
Or call Christy at (304) 380-0155 for more information.
Workshop is FREE and lunch will be provided. Please register so that we can have a lunch count.
On January 18, 2020 – Check in at 9:30 am with the first session beginning at 10:00 am. The workshop ends at 2:30 pm. Join us at Blessed Sacrament Church in South Charleston!
This gathering is presented in collaboration with:
- Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston
- West Virginians For Life
- West Virginia Developmental Disabilities Council
Saturday, January 18, 2020
10:00 AM – 2:30 PM
Blessed Sacrament Church
305 E Street
South Charleston, WV 25303