This article about creating a deathbed music playlist appeared in the New York Times this Sunday. With a number of discussions and resources on our site pointing to materials about having productive end-of-life discussions, we thought you might find this helpful as well.
Marilyn Haskel, musician at retirement community, and Mark Dann from Compassionate Choices, on Jan. 17, 2017 Boomer Generation Radio
In the January 17, 2017 Boomer Generation Radio, Marilyn Haskel of the Kendal community Collington discusses music for older adults, and Mark Dann, federal affairs director for Compassion and Choices, the nation’s oldest, largest and [Read more…]
Remember The King and I? It was Anna’s song in which she gave us the psycho-spiritual insight that whenever we feel afraid the best thing to do is just whistle a happy tune. This was [Read more…]
NY Times Magazine explores ‘The right to die, the will to live’ in article about bioethicist’s husband
“If Margaret Pabst Battin hadn’t had a cold that day, she would have joined her husband, Brooke Hopkins, on his bike ride. Instead Peggy (as just about everyone calls her) went to two lectures at [Read more…]