National Healthcare Decisions Day is on April 16th, and Pine Haven will be supporting this with the first in their Learning For Life educational community seminars.
Pine Haven Christian Communities announced they will hold community learning events each month in the community center at their Haven Drive campus in north Sheboygan Falls. This series of educational events is open to the public and will feature a new topic each month. The events are free to attend, and will take place one Saturday each month, at 10:30 am.
“You’re never to old to learn – and there are a lot of subjects that are of interest to our residents and their families. We decided to create these learning events, to help bring the wider community onto our campus,” said Pine Haven’s director of marketing & community outreach, Karin Oliver-Kreft. “When people come onto our campus, they bring energy and excitement that our residents really enjoy. So, our plan is to have a wide variety of topics throughout the year, so that they’ll be of interest to as many people as possible.”
The first event will be held on April 16th, which is National Healthcare Decisions Day. Speaking at this event will be Christine Freund from the ADRC (Aging & Disability Resources Center), who will explain advance care planning, why it’s important and help guide attendees on how to get started. RSVPs are not necessary, but you can list your attendance on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/events/188814388162622/.
Or you can reach Karin Oliver-Kreft on the phone at 920-550-5227 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about National Healthcare Decisions Day, visit nhdd.org.