Hendrick Hudson DAR Speaker Series: Planning, in Advance, for Care: Monday April 19, 7:45pm

The 2021 speaker series of the Hendrick Hudson Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution continues on April 19th at 7:45pm. An engaging Zoom presentation by an eminent bioethicist will get you started on planning, now, for your healthcare later.

Someone said good luck is the result of good planning. We all wish for good luck when it comes to our own health, but it’s good planning that’s likely to result in a good outcome. Gwen Bondi’s professional life is dedicated to making sure that people have all the tools they need to make sure that they’re cared for the way they want to be. She knows all about advance directives, healthcare proxies, and who’s best to appoint as your healthcare agent.

Bondi brings her bioethicist training to everything she does. She’ll show you how to start the conversation now about your wishes for healthcare later.

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Gwendolyn Bondi, MS, Bioethics, is manager of a palliative care program. She has a special interest in Advance Care Planning and has been published many times on her pioneering work in the Capital District. Bondi is dedicated to helping women and men to know about their choices and how to prepare for unexpected health concerns so that their wishes can be honored.

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Click this link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZArd-2oqT4qGtd7yoIs8TdvDX79_ntYzd7-

The Hendrick Hudson Chapter of the DAR was chartered 125 years ago in 1896. A nonpartisan organization welcoming eligible women without regard to race, creed, or religion, it includes more than 100 members who trace their lineage back to a patriot in the American Revolution–whether serving as soldier, shopkeeper, or seamstress. In accordance with the National Society DAR, members work to perpetuate the memory and spirit of the women and men who achieved American independence, to promote the development of an enlightened public opinion, and to foster patriotic citizenship.

The chapter owns and maintains its meeting house, the Historic Robert Jenkins House, at 113 Warren Street in Hudson. The chapter and the chapter house can be accessed at hudson-dar.orgfacebook.com/HudsonDAR,  instagram.com/robertjenkinshousehendrickhudsonchapterdar@gmail.com, and (518) 828-9764.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Robert Jenkins House tours, library, and chapter in-person activities have been curtailed pending state and local recommendations. In the interim, online meetings and activities are offered.

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