Helping people share their wishes for care through the end of life.

Crossing Abbey Road

He was in his early seventies, wearing flannel pajama bottoms and a worn tee shirt with a familiar image emblazoned across the front: the cover of the famous Beatles album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. His hair was unkept and his face unshaven. By way of introduction, I acknowledged our shared love of The Beatles. He smiled, held my gaze for a moment, and said softly,

“Their music has been the soundtrack of my life.”

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Many individuals reach out to us when they hear about our work, asking us what they can do to help bring conversations to their communities, where do they start? We’ve pulled together some of our most frequently asked questions and a set of resources to help provide answers! We hope this helps you get started or provides a nice kick start for those whose work has been on hold.

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