The Ethical Will: Helping Seniors Communicate a Legacy of Wisdom, Knowledge, and Values

Dear Members and Friends ~ This is a reminder of tomorrow morning’s (Tuesday, October 18 / 8:30-10 a.m. / 130 W. Bastanchury Road, Fullerton) Educational Forum which is intended to broaden your informational knowledge and give you a richer skill set when working with the senior population.  Our topic tomorrow is on developing an Ethical Will ~ a document that communicates to loved ones information and the legacy that a senior might wish to leave and make known to others.

The Ethical Will:

Helping Seniors Communicate a Legacy
of Wisdom, Knowledge, and Values

All human beings have a strong desire to pass on the non-material assets of our lives to those we love: our values, our stories, life lessons, the information too valuable to risk being lost. An ethical will is a tool that enables you to satisfy that desire and to answer the question: What do I want my loved ones to know?

In this presentation, personal historian Laura Long of Evermore Legacies will provide information and tips you can use to help the seniors you serve to make an ethical will.

 

North Orange County Senior Collaborative Educational Forum

8:30 to 10:00 a.m.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

St. Jude Community Services Building

130 West Bastanchury Road, Fullerton, CA

 

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