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…
"Hope is not a plan."
Join us for a free screening and discussion of the PBS FRONTLINE film Being Mortal. Based on the best-selling book by Atul Gawande, MD, this documentary explores the hopes of patients and families facing terminal illness and their relationships with the physicians who treat them. See the film and be part of a national conversation that brings medical professionals and the community together to discuss what matters most.
Tuesday June 6th, 6 - 8 pm
OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center, Perkins Auditorium
4502 E. 41st Street, Tulsa
A collaboration of Hospice of Green Country, Clarehouse, Moore Fitzgeralds Funeral Service and My Choice In Home Senior Services.
Fall Educational Series: Dying Dialogues
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.
Insights reported by attendees:
- 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.