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The Advance Care Planning Coalition is hosting virtual death cafés each month to help educate people across Lebanon County about end-of-life issues and preparing for that period.

As LebTown previously reported, the cafés help people delve into weighty questions in a casual, supportive, free-flowing environment. Topics include: How do we deal with grief? What is palliative care? What about organ – or body — donation? How is end-of-life care paid for?

Read More: Death café: a new way to discuss end-of-life issues

The cafés will be held using Zoom on the third Thursday of the month from 6 to 8 p.m. Registration can be done by calling organizer Robert Geidner at 717-812-6065 or emailing her at rgeidner@wellspan.org.

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