The South Delta Probus Club meeting next week will focus on advanced care planning for seniors.
The meeting will feature Cari Borenko Hoffmann, project implementation co-ordinator for advanced care planning for the Fraser Health Authority.
Borenko Hoffmann's presentation will cover the process of reflection and communication, of coming to understand, discuss and plan for a time when one cannot communicate and make medical decisions.
With a career that spans more than 18 years in social services and health care management in a wide range of areas, such as home health care, acute care, residential care and a variety of communitybased programs, Borenko Hoffmann brings both professional and personal experiences to advanced care planning.
The meeting, which is scheduled for 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 16 at the Coast Tsawwassen Inn, is free and open to all Delta residents.
Probus is a worldwide association of active retirees. South Delta Probus offers members the opportunity to learn from speakers on key issues. The association is non-political and non-fundraising, and allows members to enjoy activities that stimulate the mind and body.