About this Death Cafe
This will be our 19th Death Cafe in Toronto West. We will meet at the online. As before, it is open to persons of all ages, from students and 20-somethings to seniors, and we always have a range of ages. It is an opportunity to discuss any aspect of death and dying that is of interest to you. We will be sitting in small groups using Zoom breakout rooms, and will change groups mid-way through the evening. There is no pre-set agenda, and the small group will determine what gets talked about. Come on your own, or bring a friend. RSVP is necessary to be allowed out of the Zoom Waiting Room.
About Linda Hochstetler
Linda Hochstetler is a social worker and specialist in illness, death and dying. She works full time in private practice providing counselling and practical guidance to individuals and family members dealing with issues related to end of life healthcare decisions, grieving, coping with cancer, and death and dying. She is author of the book - 21 Days to Die: A Canadian Guide to End-of-Life. She provides information about healthcare options and helps families make better decisions. She assists with completing advance care directives, having difficult conversations about death wishes, and anticipatory grief. She believes that by helping individuals plan for dying well she also helps them live well.
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