Virtual EventMedical Aid in Dying: It's Time OhioFriday, January 15 from 12:00 to 1:30 pm We thank the Rotary Club of Oberlin for hosting Lisa at this virtual event. She will discuss medical aid in dying for the terminally ill, how we are working toward our goal of passing this kind of law in Ohio, and the progress we have made the past three years. All are welcome … [Read more...] about Medical Aid in Dying: It’s Time Ohio-Speaking Event Jan 15th at 12 pm
All are welcome to join executive director Lisa Vigil Schattinger and others from our group in reading and discussing Caring for the Dying: The Doula Approach to a Meaningful Death by Henry Fersko-Weiss. "Caring for the Dying describes a whole new way to approach death and dying. It explores how the dying and their families can bring deep meaning and great comfort to … [Read more...] about The Next Virtual Book Club is January 14th at 4 pm.
Living with Passion& Fighting for Options By Alex Keller-Biehl Leslie Keller-Biehl biking in Loveland, Ohio in July 2016. Update 12/5/20: A Video Message from Alex Living with Passion and Fighting for Options When I was 22 years old my Mom, Leslie Keller-Biehl, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. She endured many treatments and surgeries to … [Read more...] about The Leslie Keller-Biehl Memorial Fund
Join Lisa and the rest of our group in reading the latest book by #1 New York Times Bestselling author Jodi Picoult, The Book of Two Ways. “[A] delightfully escapist, high-concept novel . . . The Book of Two Ways nearly spills over in its earnestness and emotion. . . . This is a book of big, burning questions such as what defines a great life.”—BookTrib “Picoult’s fans … [Read more...] about The Next Virtual Book Club is December 3rd!
Join Lisa for a Virtual Book Club discussion. This month, we are reading "Death Without Denial, Grief Without Apology" by former Governor of Oregon, Barbara K. Roberts. When her husband, State Senator Frank Roberts, was dying from lung cancer, she had to look inside of herself as well as beyond herself to find ways to survive what felt unbearable. What Barbara Roberts learned … [Read more...] about Virtual Book Club: Death Without Denial, Grief Without Apology