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Module 10 Death of a Spouse or Parent

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Death is part of life – but often we do not plan appropriately for this definite outcome. Western society and cultural norms often dissuade us from discussing such a “morbid” topic.

Effective yet compassionate conversations can help us plan appropriately for this final life event for our loved ones. In this module, we will cover the following topics:

  • Planning milestones – when should I start?
  • Conversation stepping stones for end-of-life issues – parents
  • Planning with parents
  • Planning with spouses
  • When your spouse dies
  • Planning with executors
  • Helping those we leave behind
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Module 11Planning for Cognitive Impairment

Our ability to control our destiny, particularly as we age is an important concept for many seniors in Canada. For many though, issues relating to cognitive impairment can impact on our ability to act effectively as we plan for and execute our decisions in our later years. In this module, we will cover the following […]

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Module 12Inevitability – Planning for End of Life

Just as we consider peace, care and comfort for our loved ones as they complete their life journey, we as seniors must plan for our last miles as well. Consideration for plans relating to our own death, and its impacts on our own goals and legacy, and the impact on those that we love or […]

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