Oregon's Advance Directive: Your Life, Your Decisions

Death:OK (Let’s Talk About It) is a day of inspiration, information, and connection taking place October 17, 2015 on the campus of Reed College in Portland, Oregon.  As part of an ongoing series profiling our presenters, we’re pleased to introduce you to…

Amy Veatch, presenting “Oregon’s Advance Directive: Your Life, Your Decisions”

KeyConversationsDVDpicWhether you are 18 or 80, writing your wishes down today means your family will not have to guess what you want later.

Have You Had the Conversation? It’s not easy to talk about how you want the end of your life to be. But it is one of the most important conversations you can have with your loved ones. Advance Directives are legal forms used to write down your wishes for medical care if you are badly hurt or near the end of your life. Join Amy Veatch, KEYConversations™ Program Director from Oregon Health Decisions to learn more about Oregon’s Advance Directive. Learn how to start talking with your loved ones now! Receive a free copy of Oregon’s Advance Directive with the KEYConversations™Planning Guide.

Amy Veatch, Director of KEYConversations™, joined Oregon Health Decisions in 2008 to assist in the development of the KEYConversations™ program. She brings more than 15 years experience to OHD, previously working for Providence Newberg Medical Center as both Community Health Program Manager and the Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator. Today,KEYConversations™ successfully provides Advance Directive materials and education state-wide to hospitals, health care organizations, community groups and professionals throughout the state of Oregon.

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  1. Pingback: Death:OK Presenters Announced! - Death:OK. Let's talk about it. October 17, 2015.

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