When: We meet monthly on the fourth Monday
Jan 22 - Feb 26 - Mar 25
5:30 - 6:30 pm
Where: Loussac Library, Moose Room
3600 Denali Street
Anchorage, AK 99503
Death Café is an opportunity to begin the dialogue about death. This is not a support group - rather a judgment-free environment where participants, often strangers, can openly engage in an "all things death and dying" conversation.
Attend virtually! Email Deathcafe907@Gmail.com for Zoom link.
When: November 14, 2023
6 - 7 pm
Join us in an installation of the Alaska Nurse's Association Tuesday Talks series, a free educational series intended for nursing and other healthcare professionals working in Alaska (though all are welcome to drop in!).
11/29/23 - Our very own Julie Raymond-Yakoubian was featured in this short piece from Alaska Public Media. Julie is a death doula based out of Girdwood. It is her job to help people plan, prepare for, and celebrate death.
10/14/23 - We discussed the past, present, and future of end-of-life care for an amazing group of Alaskan nurses as part of the Alaska Nurse's Association conference on Trending Topics in Nursing.
4/15/23 - Advance Care Planning is important as it can help ensure that you receive the medical care that you want in the event you're not able to make your own medical decisions. We spent an awesome afternoon with Rona Johnson, an Adult-Geriatric Nurse Practitioner and Palliative Care Specialist in the Tribal Health System.
If you missed the live show, click here to listen to the recorded replay.
Thank you for attending our Kick-Off event at the SEED Lab. It was great to meet you!
Denise, Linda, Julie, and Rachel.
Once again, thanks to Anchorage Museum for sharing your space.