BridgingLife is now scheduling dates for our new presentation based on the best-selling book “Preparing for a Better End” by Dan Morhaim, M.D.
While there’s no textbook example for why people give, if you look up “giving” in the dictionary you’d be sure to see a picture of Wayne and Bonnie Barnes. Donating to more than 25 charities, the retired Air National Guard veteran and former assistant high school principal have dedicated their lives to serving others.
Sometimes, due to illness or injury, individuals are not able to make an informed decisions or communicate their wishes regarding their healthcare decisions and treatment preferences. Advance care planning is a way for a person to plan and document the type of care that he or she wishes to have at the end-of-life.
On this week’s Health Chat, event chair Brenda Lowry discusses the upcoming Taste of Carroll Presented by M&T Bank, scheduled for Monday, April 25 at 1623 Brewing Co. in Eldersburg. Proceeds benefit BridgingLife. Learn more at tasteofcarroll.org
On the Carroll Hospital Health Chat, Regina Bodnar, assistant vice president of hospice and palliative care services, discusses Carroll Hospice’s new name, BridgingLife: Compassionate care for life’s transitions.
Listen to the Carroll Hospital Health Chat live each Tuesday morning at 8:20 a.m. on WTTR AM 1470/FM 102.3!