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Replay of Embracing End of Life Education Series: Advance Care Directives on March 21, 2024

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We all have the task of completing or updating our Advance Health Care Directives on our To-Do list, but somehow we get stuck. How do we really know what we would want – or not want – at the end of life?

Join us in exploring values and priorities that will inform and inspire us to complete our Advance Health Care Directives. Sally and Linda will share several AHCD formats to meet a variety of needs including provisions for dementia.



Sally Shannon headshotSally Shannon wrote her Masters’ thesis on “Dying, Loss and Grief”. She has continued studying with Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, Raymond Moody, Sylvia Boorstein, Rabbi Alan Lew, z”l, and Jerrigrace. Sally participates in tahara, the Jewish ritual washing and blessing before burial.

She coaches individuals and families preparing their end of life plans, including developing a Covid-19 Advanced Directive Addendum.

For many years, Sally has been an Assistant Instructor for Final Passages. One of her great passions is supporting families making euthanasia decisions for their beloved pets and helps them say goodbye.



Linda Suhr headshotLinda Suhr is an end-of-life doula whose guiding principle is to listen to and meet clients wherever they are on their end-of-life journey.

Many of her clients are relatively healthy and are pro-actively seeking to put their affairs in order. She supports these clients as they deeply reflect on essential end-of-life considerations, gather important documents and organize them all in a cohesive way so that their loved ones will be able to honor their wishes when the time comes. Linda also holistically supports those who are actively dying, along with their caregivers, in the medley of care needed at the end of life.

Linda founded Autumn of Life Planning in 2021 and is a founding member of Sonoma County End of Life Doula Alliance and serves on the Core Council for Final Passages.


Embracing End of Life (EEoL) Community Education Series

Our live interactive online Embracing End of Life (EEoL) Series are free events brought to you by Final Passages, a 501(c)3 non-profit.People who register for the live events often givbe a donation at the time they register, and get the replay at no cost.

We offer these replays as a fundraiser. Contributions for Replays are directed to provide scholarships for our training programs, for reproducing and developing educational materials, publication of our book about family-directed home funerals, and other community and national outreach programs, including this monthly online series.

To register for the next live EEoL event, see our home page. You can also sign up for our newsletter to get announcements of this and other trainings and events offered through Final Passages.


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