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A Matter Of Life & Death: A WHMP Community Forum
A Matter Of Life & Death: A WHMP Community Forum

A Community Forum co-sponsored by WHMP, the Daily Hampshire GazetteNET andNorthampton Community Television, looking at how we care for our elders as they approach the end of life.

Panelists:
*Lee Hawkins of Northampton, who at 90 speaks openly about her end-of-life plans
*Ann Latham of Westhampton, whose 90-year old parents killed themselves
*Laurie Loisel, Daily Hampshire Gazette managing editor, whose family chose to be public when her father killed himself in 2012
*Nell Lake, author of the new book “The Caregivers: A Support Group’s Stories of Slow Loss, Courage and Love”
*Dr. Joan Berzoff, director of the End of LIfe Certificate Program at the Smith College School for Social Work and Baystate Medical Center

Moderators will be WHMP’s Bob Flaherty, Denise Vozella and Bill Newman. This event is free and open to the public. Audience members will be able to ask questions and make comments.

Aired live on WHMP and NCTV and repeated Wednesday morning at 8 on WHMP.

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