ASHLAND—Hospice of North Central Ohio (HNCO) invites the community to a free evening of reflection titled, “Listening to the Dying: Let’s Start the Conversation,” Monday, March 31, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Ashland University’s John C. Myers Convocation Center on Claremont Avenue in Ashland.
Megory Anderson, Ph.D., founder and director of the Sacred Dying Foundation, based in San Francisco, will lead the interactive presentation. Dedicated to changing the way our society experiences death and dying, Anderson is an author, educator, comparative religions scholar and theologian. Her work is internationally known among those who work in end-of-life specialties. She earned her doctorate degree in theology in 2012 and is currently an honorary research fellow at the University of Winchester in England.
Following the presentation, Anderson will sign her book “Sacred Dying.” Light refreshments will be served.
This program is offered in conjunction with the Ashland University College of Arts and Sciences and the Department of Social Work and Family Services as well as the Ashland University Book Store.
HNCO is the largest hospice in the region serving six counties in north central Ohio.