This fall, Morton Place will be partnering with Tabitha and The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for a live Web cast workshop called “Begin with the End in Mind: The Next Chapter.”
Morton invites the public to join the free end-of-life collaborative workshop broadcasts with Tabitha and OLLI.
“Begin with the End in Mind: The Next Chapter” encourages participants to “lift the veil off the often negative stereotypes” linked with the end of life and to live their lives focusing on their own stories and legacies.
According to a press release, the three-part series builds on the success of the “Begin with the End in Mind” workshop that was hosted in Lincoln in 2014 and developed by the University of Nebraska-Omaha’s Aging and Lifespan Community of Practice.
“The Next Chapter” will offer new workshop sessions including the top 10 mistakes made in estate planning. Baylor Evnen attorney at law Andrew Loudon will be leading the workshop. Lindsey Wylie, Ph.D., will discuss the legal issues of aging and Tabitha Hospice Medical Director Dr. Lisa Mansur will discuss the advanced directives for protecting end-of-life wishes.
Workshop sessions will be held Sept. 11, Oct. 9 and Nov. 13 from 3 to 4:30 p.m.
Registration is required for the workshop series. People can register at Morton Place, located at 1500 14th Ave. in Nebraska City, or by contacting community relations manager Amy Mincer at (402) 873-5551.