With the End in Mind: Exit Strategies Preparing for the End of Life

Presented and developed by Sandy Voit, MS, EdS, LMHC, CDFA

This class and handbook is to assist you in the process of being prepared for the end of one’s life:
•    Yourself and/or spouse
•    Parent(s)
•    Someone else (family/friend)

Death isn’t always an easy subject to talk about with one’s family, or even with friends. Most people don’t want to talk about their own death, and a surprisingly large number don’t have wills or other documents in place to help guide their family, or Executor, as to their wishes at the end of their life.

This workshop is to help prepare yourself (or assist another person) in understanding the complex aspects of what your (or their) wishes are as one gets toward the end of one’s life, and our eventual death.

The focus today is to help organize questions and information and documents that will help everyone through this.

Continuing Education (CE) Information

3 CEs

Sandy Voit, MS, EdS, LMHC, CDFA

Sandy Voit has a BA major in History and minor in Organizational Behavior from Binghamton University, NY and an Ed.S and M.S. in Counseling & Personnel Services from Albany University, NY.

From 1990-91 & 1993-94 Sandy was the President of Puget Consumer Cooperative.  The largest food co-op in the country.  Mr. Voit also served as Executive Director of Temple Beth Am in Seattle from 2001-2006.

Since 2007, Sandy has been the Owner of Tangible Solutions in Kirkland WA.  He is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, and has conducted 40+workshops/presentations at national conventions, regional/state conferences, campuses and organizations on human resources, budgeting, working with non-traditional populations, leadership development, program development, communications and outreach.

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