Feb. 21: Understanding the legal, administrative & financial documentation needed to truly have your affairs in order.
Feb 28: Medical & philosophical decision-making part 1: when there's no "what-ifs".
Mar. 7: Medical & philosophical decision-making part 2: planning for sudden serious illness or incapacitation.
Mar. 14: Disposition & ceremony planning: understanding the decisions beyond cremation or burial.
Mar. 21: The "most important paperwork": simple steps to create a lasting emotional legacy.
Planning for any of life's transitions isn't something that comes easily. But anyone who has experienced a sudden loss or even an unexpected temporary incapacitation knows that not having a plan in place makes something that's already hard seem nearly impossible. Join CBC columnist Christa Ovenell (AKA Death's Apprentice) in this engaging, enlightening series designed to help you think about, talk about, and plan for life's ONLY certainty. She can even help you plan for life's myriad uncertainties, too.
Every session is accompanied by fillable PDF notebooks which, once completed, will provide a roadmap to see you and those you love through all life's journeys.