Free MS workshop in Chilliwack

Workshop dealing with end of life issues open to all in Fraser Valley

The MS Society of Canada Fraser Valley Chaper is hosting a free workshop open to anyone in the area.

The Voluntary Legal Advocacy Program will present a workshop called “How do I get my wishes heard?”

It will deal with wills, representation, agreements and advocacy, and will run on Sat., Oct. 20 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Chilliwack from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

They will also discuss self-advocacy, addressing how to advocate on your own (or a family member’s behalf).

Registration is required, due to space limitations.

Presentation includes a light lunch.

RSVP to Arlene Onderwater at 1-877-303-7122 or 604-490-0122 or via email arlene.onderwater@mssociety.ca.

 

 

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