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Death Cafe - Southern Oregon

Death Cafe - Southern Oregon

Mar 24, 2021 - May 19, 2021

Death Cafe - Southern Oregon

Time Wed Mar 24 2021 at 03:00 pm to Wed May 19 2021 at 08:30 pm

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Join us for a virtual online Death Cafe. A chance to gather together eat cake, drink tea, and talk about death and dying.

About this Event

A chat about death over coffee and cake might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it could get people talking about a subject that is still taboo for many. Join us for a facilitated conversation as we explore this taboo taboo topic together.

Death Cafe is made possible through the Douglas and Josephine County Older Adult Behavioral Health Specialists. This event is welcome and affirming to adults of all races, belief systems, gender identities, sexual orientations, ethnicities, backgrounds, country of origin and abilities. Please do not hesitate to reach out before the event if there is anything we should know to better assist or accommodate you.

A Death Cafe is a group directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes. It is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counselling session.

Guidelines:

  • Allow everyone to voice opinions and thoughts.
  • One conversation at a time
  • Show kindness towards others ideas
  • Be respectful (not personal) in disagreement
  • All are welcome
  • This is a confidential space

Before you attend:

To make the most of our limited time, we invite attendees to reflect on these questions:

What would help you join the conversations with people you may be meeting for the first time? What would help you share your experiences and beliefs and listen to others? What has sparked your interest in attending a death cafe?

Self-care: What are some physical needs to care for before and during this meeting? Examples include having a comfortable chair, water, tea, and snacks available during the meeting. Is it helpful for you to sit, stand and/or stretch during this event? What is going to best help you?

Technical/logistical support: What logistical support can help you be more present during this event? Examples include practicing a zoom meeting with a friend, wearing headphones to help you hear over other sounds in your physical space, or checking your internet connection and strength before the event. You may enter the meeting room 15 minutes early to get technical support before the event starts.

Learn more about Death Cafes at www.deathcafe.com

Space is limited. Please release your free ticket if you cannot attend!

Questions, comments, concerns?

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Adam Jones is the Douglas County Older Adult Behavioral Health Specialist and is 1 of the 25 Older Adult Behavioral Health Specialists throughout the state of Oregon who are part of the statewide Older Adult Initiative. The Older Adult Initiative launched in May of 2015 following a health system review which produced the 2014 Senior Mental Health Specialist Investment report. Each county is covered by at least one Older Adult Behavioral Health Specialist.  Older Adult Behavioral Health Specialists complete the following tasks in their communities; Coordination/Planning, Workforce Development/Community Education, and Complex Case Consultations.  Coordination/Planning: This task centers around the Older Adult Behavioral Health Specialists engaging with community members and providers to discover gaps in services and promote partnerships and linkages between different agencies. This task is focused on removing barriers to treatment for both Older Adults and Adults with Disabilities.  Workforce Developme/Community Education: This task is focused on educating those who work in the communities we serve and members of the communities we serve. Under the initiaitve several trainings have been prepared for the Older Adult Behavioral Health Specialists to use. Trainings are also created and administered by the Older Adult Specialists as well as facilitated by them.  Complex Case Consultations: This last task is focused on helping community members get their needs met. Cases are brought to Older Adult Specialists from many sources and the goal is to help link people with programs or services that will meet their needs. 
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Wed Mar 24 2021 at 03:00 pm to Wed May 19 2021 at 08:30 pm
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