Making Your Wishes Known: National Healthcare Decisions Day

Have you made your wishes for living known? At Hospice & Community Care, we believe everyone can have meaningful conversations about what they value in life and their wishes relative to end-of-life — AND that these conversations make everyone’s lives better.

On Thursday, April 12, Hospice & Community Care invites you to join us for an informative advance care planning workshop. The workshop features local experts in advance care planning who will help you understand how preparing helps you and your family. A bit of planning may allow you to be ready for tough future health decisions; including which documents you may need and available care options.

Our expert panel includes York County Probate Judge, Carolyn Rogers, Legacy Law Firm Attorney, Phillip Corson, and Winthrop University Adjunct Faculty Member, Lee Miller. Each panelist offers insights that only years of experiences and knowledge. Topics will include probate, conservatorship, guardianship, advance directives, Five Wishes, and discussing difficult topics. There will be a time at the end of the program for questions.

The event, offered in partnership with National Healthcare Decisions Day, is free and open to the public.

For more information call 803-329-1500 or email

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