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End of Life Washington provides presentations to a variety of groups throughout the state on topics including end-of-life choices, Washington’s Death With Dignity Act and advance directives.


Grief and Support Group

Those who have had a loved one use Death with Dignity have experienced something unique. The grieving process that follows is, perhaps, similarly uncommon. End of Life WA welcomes these people to come together for discussion, support and sharing, in a monthly “Grief & Support Group” facilitated by a psychotherapist who has experienced Death with Dignity. Come once or come monthly.

Please call the  EOLWA office  to register and for more details: 206.256.1636 and press #1.

Bio: Laurie Riepe, LMHC, is a Seattle-based psychotherapist focusing on grief work as well as issues of death and dying. In 2011, her husband decided to end his life using Death with Dignity after years of living with cancer.

Monday, January 9, 2016
advance Planning Seminar

1:00 P.M. – 4:00 P.M.
Where: Coupeville Library
788 Alexander St, Coupeville, Washington 98239

Learn About:
● How to communicate your end-of-life wishes to loved ones and to your physicians.

● End-of-life choices and the free services of End of Life Washington.

You will be guided through the process of documenting your wishes about the kind of medical care you do or do not want at the end of life.

You will have the opportunity to work with the End of Life Washington Advance Directive, which combines a Living Will and a Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care into one document.

There is no cost for the seminar, documents or Advance Directive notarization.

To make a reservation, contact the Coupeville library at 360.678.4911.

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