Planning AHEAD Topics
Join us for Planning AHEAD, a FREE series that addresses aspects of End-of-Life Planning. Planning AHEAD takes place over seven sessions that will explore setting health care wishes, financial responsibilities, estate planning, legal requirements and documentation, distribution of personal property, end-of-life decisions, and understanding of grief and emotional ramifications. Participants will receive a packet that will be mailed to them prior to the start of the series to help guide them through a manageable step-by-step plan.
Wednesday Evenings, August 3rd – September 14th
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
West Bend Library I 630 Poplar St., West Bend, WI
Register for Planning AHEAD Today!
End-of-Life Planning is a necessary process that every person should consider as they age. Many times, end-of-life planning is viewed as something that happens as one reaches retirement age. However, planning and decision-making as early as one’s 30s, 40s, and 50s can significantly reduce stress, time, and cost in the end-of-life planning process for both you and your loved ones.
If you would like more information or have questions about the Planning AHEAD program, please contact:
Carol Bralich, Human Development & Relationships Educator
Washington County Extension