As an aging population, expanding how we think and experience death is a good thing, and long overdue. What we're talking about actually, is the birthing of a culture change that will pay it forward for generations to come.
Learning how to talk about death, differently, is a societal matter, a collective goal which needs many committed players. We work with EOL professionals, educators, and evangelists to socialize change death literacy. Some of these collaborators include:
Weill Cornell Center for End of Life Research
Art of Dying Institute | New York Open Center
Reimagine End of Life
The Groundswell Project
Saint Elizabeth Healthcare
Let's #dodeathdifferently, together