◂  April 2018

Our Lives, Our Choices: End-of-Life Planning

Published by: aaron


Central Area Senior Center
500 30th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144


FREE (with charge for optional lunch)


Karen Winston
Image of flyer for Our Lives, Our Choices end-of-life planning presentation. All information is included in the calendar listing.

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The Mayor’s Council on African American Elders and the Central Area Senior Center invite you to attend a special presentation on end-of-life planning, featuring Dr. Jim deMaine, a retired pulmonary/critical care Group Health physician.

Plan and make it known how you want to live in the last part of your life. This practical presentation
will help you collect the tools you need to live more comfortably in later life. Topics include advance care planning, quality of life, “what is a good death?,” palliative care, comfort care, hospice, POLST, living wills, and durable power of attorney.

Plan to arrive early. Parking is limited. For directions, visit

Optional lunch served at 12 noon ($4 for individuals age 60+ or $10 if younger than age 60).

For reservations, information, or to request an accommodation, contact Karen Winston at 206-684-0706 or

Co-sponsored by Age Friendly Seattle and Aging and Disability Services, the Area Agency on Aging for Seattle and King County.

The mission of the Mayor’s Office for African American Elders is to promote a better quality of life for African American older adults in Seattle and King County by advocating for accessible, culturally appropriate, comprehensive services with a focus on the isolated, frail, and low-income. for more information, visit

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