Register this fall for Dying With Dignity Canada’s (DWDC) first conference, Reflections on Death and Dying: Creating space for end-of-life conversations. This unique event aims to educate individuals on a range of important topics related to death, dying and grief.
On November 2, join the Dying With Dignity Canada team and Chelsea Peddle to learn about reframing the idea of legacy. Chelsea will share some traditional ideas, including her mother's book, and talk about creating a living legacy through values and relationships.
Chelsea Peddle is an end-of-life consultant and death doula serving Victoria, BC and beyond. Her warmth and professional guidance help individuals, families and children feel anchored through the uncertainty of a serious diagnosis or the grief of terminal illness. A former health policy analyst and plain language writer, Chelsea has deep knowledge of our health care system and available resources. Like many of her clients, Chelsea has been a family caregiver to loved ones with terminal cancer and accompanied her mum through MAID in 2019. Chelsea has an End-of-Life Doula certificate from Douglas College and is a member of the End-of-Life Doula Association of Canada and Death Doula Network BC. She also has a master's degree in education from the University of British Columbia and a Certificate in Human Rights Education from Equitas International Centre for Human Rights Education in Montreal.
Date and Time: Tuesday, November 2, 2021
3:00 PM EDT (Time Zone Converter)
If you can’t attend on Tuesday, November 2, 2021, a recording will be posted on our website and emailed to all registrants. However, only those who attend the webinar live on November 2 will have the opportunity to ask questions of our speaker. If you have questions, you are also welcome to send them in ahead of time via the webinar registration.