End of life planning

A Place for Mom, a website dedicated to connecting families for senior living, has invited Barbara Sedoric to join a panel of experts to answer questions posed about end of life and financial matters.

Blended families — a growing demographic — are often overlooked by advisers when discussing money and the distribution of personal property after the death of a stepparent

LastingMatters is listed on the Palliative & Supportive Care of Nantucket Foundation's Internet Resources page, adding a valuable resource and tool regarding hospice, palliative, and supportive care.  

Barbara Bates Sedoric, President and Founder of LastingMatters, will be presenting at the Financial Planning Association of Northern New England’s seminar on May 29, 2015 at the Hilton Garden Hotel in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 

Photo credit-Jodie Andruskevich

Life Matters Media recently added The LastingMatters Organizer as a Palliative and Hospice Care / End-of-life Planning Resource on its website.

On February 17 at 6:30PM, Barbara Bates Sedoric will talk about planning for the end of life and what happens after death in the "Peace of Mind" series at the Portsmouth Public Library in the Levenson Community Room. The Peace of Mind series focuses on helping people prepare for and work through life's challenges.

Corgenius and LastingMatters - At the Heart of What Matters Most

January 26, 2015

Corgenius and LastingMatters are companies founded after personal experiences with loss and grief inspired their founders to solve problems that most people tend to tip-toe around. With a deep understanding of, and compassion for, what really happens when someone dies, both companies tackle the challenges associated with planning and communicating before and after death. 

Barbara Bates Sedoric interview with Rich Dipentima, Host of the "So Much for Seniors" TV program, recently aired on Portsmouth, New Hampshire's Comcast Channel 98 (PMMTV).

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