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Course Detail: MCON - Meaningful Conversations Begin with "Hello"
Conversations about personal values and goals of care are the best way to ensure that your family and loved ones know what's most important to you should they ever have to represent your preferences for you. These conversations can be challenging to start. Now there's a tool that helps makes this more comfortable and can even be fun, a game called "Hello."

The game of "Hello" has been developed by a team using their skills in community organizing, strategic non-violence, human factors engineering and design. The game is designed to help facilitate conversations that heal, connect, and make people whole. Learn more at www.commonpractice.com

Participants will be led through the game by facilitators, with the goal of uncovering the deeper meaning behind our words in order to gain insights into who we are and what matters most to each of us. There are no right or wrong answers to any of the game's questions, instead focusing on experience and perception.

 Session Detail:  LLPMCONF17G (seats remaining)
Schedule: Class meets on Tuesday 10/17
Times: 01:30pm - 03:30pm
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Instructors
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Vicki Dougherty
Vicki Dougherty
Biography: Vicki Dougherty is the Palliative Care Coordinator for Community Care Plan of Eastern Carolina, which provides population and case management in collaboration with the local medical providers for 27 counties in Eastern NC. Vicki was previously an Adult Services Supervisor and Hospice Director, which fueled her passion for promoting goals of care discussions with individuals and groups to assist the community in understanding that not only do they have the right, but the responsibility, to guide their health care. No image available

Facility Detail
Self Help Center, 100H
301 S. Evans St.
Greenville, NC 27858
Self Help Center, 100H