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Sponsoring a workshop will affirm your commitment to the importance of end of life planning. You can offer workshops as a benefit for your constituents, or offer a workshop as a service to the community.

It’s easy to do. We provide a trained facilitator, and a complete multimedia learning experience with ancillary materials for attendees. You simply provide a facility (with multimedia capabilities) that will hold at least 20 people. Simply fill out the form below and someone from Letting Go With Dignity will get back to you.

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    close-up of advance directives spokesman

    …and why doesn't anyone want to
    talk about him?

    They call me the Grim Reaper, but I’m just a natural part of life.
    However, if you don’t plan for me, I can get pretty grim.
    I’m here to help you plan for my arrival.

    So take a look around. I’ll catch up with you later!


    advance directives spokesman with hand over his mouth

    Most Americans are not comfortable
    talking about death.

    The vast majority of us would prefer to die at home naturally,
    in peace and dignity.
    In reality, most Americans die in dehumanizing hospitals.
    It doesn’t have to be that way.

    If you want to let go with dignity, you need to start by having
    a conversation with the ones you love.
    Then you need to have the legal tools in place to make sure
    your choices are honored.


    A written record of your healthcare intentions becomes critical
    to ensure that your wishes are followed when you are approaching
    the end of life and if you are unable to speak for yourself.

    Advance Directives include two key elements:


    appoints someone to serve as your Agent to act on your behalf if you
    are unable to speak for yourself due to illness or incapacitation.


    (a declaration as to medical or surgical treatment)
    gives specific instructions about the kinds of treatment and care you
    would or would not want at the end of life if you are unable to
    speak for yourself.

    You’ll need to consider some very important and difficult decisions.
    You’ll need to have difficult conversations with your loved ones.
    And you’ll need to make sure your Advance Directives are accessible
    to those who need them.

    That’s why we created a workshop to help you through the process.


    Our Advance Directive workshop
    is an interactive learning experience.

    Upon completing the Letting Go With Dignity workshop,
    you will have everything you need to complete your Advance Directives.

    Letting Go With Dignity workshops are available throughout
    Colorado at a nominal cost to participants.

    Click here to find a workshop near you.

    Click here if you would like to


    Letting Go With Dignity is an educational initiative designed to help
    you and your loved ones prepare for the end of life.

    It includes this website and a
    multimedia workshop available throughout Colorado.

    Our purpose is to encourage you to start thinking about the inevitable,
    and to give you the tools and support you need to do end of life planning
    for yourself and for those you love.

    The first step in the process is
    to complete your Advance Directives.

    Our Advance Directives Workshop includes an interactive
    learning experience, along with the online support to facilitate workshop
    planning, scheduling, implementation and follow-up.

    Click here if you would like to attend a workshop.

    Click here if your organization would like to

    Please contact us if you would like to know more about Letting Go With Dignity.


    Once one gets past the initial inclination to avoid the topic, the end of life is a subject of fascinating and important stories, ideas and explorations. We’ve collected a few videos, audios and articles that we find particularly interesting. If you’re aware of a story you’d like to share, let us know.