Death literacy is something you do for yourself, and everyone you care about. It signals an acceptance of mortality and a recognition there's tremendous value in preparing to prepare, while you're busy doing this thing called life.
Death literacy asks one to consider their own end of life and then do something about it... long before the end. Like all forms of literacy, it’s an asset you acquire over time. So start anywhere. You'll be surprised at how you'll begin looking at life in a whole new light.
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Rita Charon, MD, Founder and Executive Director, Program in Narrative Medicine, Columbia University
Caren would love to chat with you about creating a death literate society. To book her for a panel, keynote or talk on death literacy, email email@example.com
Having studied anthropology and global public health, Emma believes death literacy is an essential tool for an aging population. For content and media inquires, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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