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‘My Choices’ Workshop at the Summit Community Centre

If something were to happen to you today, are you practically prepared for someone to manage your affairs and ensure your care preferences are fulfilled?

If not, this ‘My Choices’ workshop will help you think through your personal choices and what practical preparations you can make to facilitate quality support at the end of life.


If you, a family member or a friend, are ageing and/or ill, this workshop is for you.

We will talk about how to use the ‘My Choices’ guide to think through support and care preferences as you age and move towards the end of life.

We will discuss ways you can become more confident to talk with your family and friends about your preferences. We will consider how to chat about dying and end of life care in just the same way that we speak about all of the other things in life.


This ‘My Choices’ workshop covers:

  1. How to use the ‘My Choices’ guide
  2. Documenting your preferences
  3. Having the conversation
  4. Managing your health and care needs
  5. Considering the end of life
Registration without the guide is Free.

[NB There will be limited copies of the My Choices book for sale at the event, so participants are advised to purchase a ticket with the guidebook to avoid disappointment.]

Registration including a copy of the My Choices guide is only $15.

Please pay via Eventbrite before the event to secure your book. Participants must pick up their book at the workshop. There will be limited books available at the workshops for cash sale (exact cash of $15 is requested) or pay via credit card.

Click here to Download your FREE ‘My Choices’ worksheets

Presenter: Dr Anne van Loon RN PhD, Consultant in Health, Wellbeing and Ageing with Baptist Care SA. 


9.15am – 12.00pm


Summit Community Centre

4 Crescent Drive, Norton Summit, SA


Register by 12 March.

CLICK HERE to register via Eventbrite

Or register to Max Schultz from Norton Summit Baptist Church, T: 8390 0220. 

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