Community Education: Living Well Throughout Dying
Clarehouse envisions a future where people and families all across our community have the expectation of living well dying - in comfort, with dignity, and supported by expert and compassionate people.
This kind of care doesn’t just happen. It starts with a conversation that leads to awareness, then inspires focused effort, preparation and organization in the very special area of end-of- life care planning.
Achieving the highest possible quality of life matters until the very last moment.
Join us for a conversation…
Dying Dialogues 2017
This annual series of free public programs focuses on a variety of end-of-life topics utilizing local, regional and national speakers. These interactive programs offer insight and wisdom while facilitating conversations through an array of creative lenses.
What participants have learned:
- Open communication is key
- Must discuss with family
- Talk about dying and prepare
- Stand up and take control of your own healthcare
- Know Oklahoma law regarding end-of-life decisions
- Start conversation ASAP
- Being my own advocate is critical
- Do my Advance Directive
Death over Dinner
Gather family and friends and join us for dinner at Clarehouse as we help you pursue a conversation about what is important to you in living and dying. The time is now, before a crisis situation. To learn more about this unique opportunity, visit deathoverdinner.org, then call or email Amy, Education Director to schedule this important family event.
Interested in a specific topic? Call us for individual or group discussions regarding:
- Starting the conversation
- Getting prepared
- Learning to be a caregiver
Welcome Wednesdays: Let’s do lunch!
Curious about who we are? What we do? How to get help? How to get involved?
On the second Wednesday of each month, we offer a complimentary lunch, presentation
and tour of our home and campus. Join us at 11:30 am to learn how we provide a loving
home, quality end-of-life care and access to hospice services to people in need. To RSVP,
call or email our Development Coordinator, Stacy.