Julie Silver Manning shares the story of her parents and what led her to join us as a Board Member at Ohio End of Life Options. Her story is featured in the Cleveland Jewish News.
VIDEO (4 min.): This short video combines Vikki’s experience with her mother, Betty, with information about medical aid in dying to help Ohioans understand the facts about this option. Polling shows that an overwhelming number of Ohioans, across all demographics, want an aid in dying option. Vikki’s story helps explain why.
This short video combines Susan and Cliff’s experience with information about medical aid in dying to help Ohioans understand the facts about this option. This video was made possible by the Leslie Keller-Biehl Memorial Fund.
Jack Rowe was the stepfather of Lisa Vigil Schattinger, the founder of Ohio End of Life Options. He died peacefully in 2014 using Oregon’s Death with Dignity law. The experience was so profound for Lisa, her mother, Jan Rowe, and their family that Lisa was compelled to create this organization to work to pass a […]
By Alex Keller-Biehl. My mom died of cancer this past April and it was my privilege to be her caregiver at the end of her life. Even with hospice care, her death was not the peaceful end that she wanted. In honor of her life, my family and I have started a fundraising drive and are matching your donations.