What if I Got Hit by a Bus?

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[box] St. Paul’s, Fort Garry, is hosting the personal and family preparedness seminar, “What if I got hit by a Bus?”, March 14, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The seminar is offered by EmmerickQuality Consulting, and enables participants to think through the planning of personal details in case of personal loss or emergency. [/box]

 Please note that the registration deadline for the seminar is March 7. The earlybird deadline is February 14. Download the registration form here.

Are you prepared for the possibility that something may suddenly happen (an accident illness, loss of memory, or even death) which could leave you unable to communicate wishes and important bits of information to your family members?

Important information such as banking information, passwords, desires with regard to funeral, or location of wills, could become significant sources of stress if family members do not know where this information is, or if it is even written down.

This seminar will provide participants with a comprehensive resource for organizing one’s personal wishes and information in a non-threatening, user-friendly manual.

This 2 hr seminar is geared at helping a person organize their personal information and wishes, and in turn ensuring that family members have this information at their finger-tips, thus reducing stress at a very stressful time.

This is NOT about will preparation, funeral or financial planning.   Recipients receive a comprehensive formatted ‘user‐friendly’ binder, which allows additional material and information to be added easily. By the end of this workshop you will have the skills and know-how to give you (and your family) peace of mind if something should happen to you, and you will have the confidence that they can carry out your wishes and not miss anything that is important and of value to you.

Individuals who wish more information, or to ask questions about the workshop, please contact the workshop presenter, Margaret Meush or call her at (204) 239-1919.



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