“Learn from the Past, Live in the Present, And Create your Future.”
Empower Your Community
Back in the 1960s, baby boomers changed how everyone gave birth by demanding choices. Today that generation has kicked open the door to end of life conversations using those same determined voices. Some individuals, however, who are not personally involved in our ever-changing healthcare environment, have been left confused and alone. Many community members have realized that they didn’t know what they didn’t know until it was too late.
Kimberly believes in community education. She also believes the only individuals who have the power to change healthcare are within our society, not within the hallways of government. Kimberly provides eye-opening, inspirational presentations to local audiences that motivate action and empower change.
She knows firsthand that when we educate people on how to navigate the healthcare system, they are empowered to demand better care. They learn to seek out end of life choices made available to them, document their wishes and communicate those wishes with loved ones.
Kimberly stands strong on her belief that community members will radically change how we will one day face end of life. As we live each day through the 21st century, each one of us can a have a role in changing how we die. By applying a theory similar to that of the baby boomers’ demands during the birthing movement of the 1960s, our communities can and will change our healthcare at the end of life.
Community Presentation Topics
How to Design Your End of Life.
No matter what, a movement starts with an empowered community.
Death by Design
How do I become the designer of my own End of Life
How do I talk to my doctor about my End of Life Wishes
Advance Care Planning
Lessons I Learned from the dying
And other End-of-Life Community Topics
- University and College Campuses
- Interfaith Groups and Faith Communities
- High Schools
- Palliative and Hospice Organzations
- Hospital & Healthcare Providers