It’s never easy to think about death – whether the death of a loved one, or your own. Here at Krause Funeral Home, we have found that those who choose to consider what will happen after they pass and make end-of-life plans, like preplanning their own funeral, find a tremendous amount of peace of mind. It’s calming to know your family won’t have to worry about those details and that your final wishes will be observed both before and after death.
Some people don’t have the luxury of choosing whether or not to think of their final days. For those facing a terminal diagnosis, thinking about death becomes all too familiar. Often, preplanning can give those who are gravely ill a sense of control, knowing they will have a say in not just their final moments, but in what happens to them after death as well.
At Krause Funeral Home, we feel the topic of preplanning should be discussed in every home. To encourage dialogue on the topic, we’re offering a free screening of the PBS Frontline documentary “Being Mortal.”
Based on the bestselling book by Dr. Atul Gawande, this film follows the renowned New Yorker writer and Boston surgeon, as he explores the relationships doctors have with their patients near the end of their lives. The film takes an in-depth look at how doctors are often not prepared to address the topic of death with their patients.
Get a glimpse of the film here:
See below for all the details on attending the screening. Be sure to check back or subscribe to our blog – next week we’ll be talking more about how preplanning can help empower those who are at the end of their life.
“Being Mortal” Screening
Date: Tuesday, August 23rd
Time: 6:00-8:00 PM
Location: 21600 W. Capitol Dr, Brookfield