Monday, September 14, 3:00 – 4:30 pm.
Why Arts and Humanities:
The Healing Power of Hope, Humor and Grief.
Presenter: Sandra Bertman, Ph.D., FT, LICSW
Author, Professor, Good Shepard Community Care
Scholar, Arts and Health Institute, Lesley Un.
International AIDS Education and Training
Saturday, October 17, 4:00-5:00 p.m.
“Opening To Grief “-based on her book of the same name coming out in
Presenter: Claire Willis, LICSW, Author, Lecturer, Workshop Leader. FUUSN member.
Monday, October 26, 7:00- 8:30 p.m.
“Don’t Leave Them a Mess:
What needs to be addressed in our Life Stage”
Arza Goldstein, BSN, End of Life Doula, Founder of Living Wisely, Dying Well Initiative.
Hildy Neumann, Consultant based in Newton; expertize for finding balance between one’s stuff and one’s life. Member of
National Asso. Of Professional Organizers (NAPO), recipient of NAPO Founders Award and a Service Award.
Thursday, November 12, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
“Medical Aid in Dying:
Where We Stand Today in Mass. Legislation”
Alice Howard, MBA, Ed.M. Management Consultant, Volunteer for “Compassion and Choice,” Political work in Cambridge, Ma. in support of end of life choice, Pastoral Assoc. of First Parish of Lexington, UU Church.
Molly Walsh, ICU nurse, geriatric dental care at Brigham and Women’s Hospital , Hospice volunteer and volunteer for VA program “No Veteran Dies Alone.” Member of UU Society of Wellesley Hills.