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Episode 3

Ep. 03 Kellie Curtain – Difficult Conversations and Good Goodbyes

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In today’s episode, we are talking to Kellie Curtain. Kellie is a journalist and author who is outspoken about the end of life and the necessity of having difficult conversations about dying.

Following the death of her mum in 2009, Kellie wrote the book, What Will I Wear to Your Funeral?, which takes an honest look at the last month of her mum’s life and the important conversations they were having towards the end.

Kellie is also an advocate for Advance Care Planning Week and the host of the Upfront About Breast Cancer podcast.

This was a surprisingly fun and honest conversation, and Kellie is really unafraid to delve into uncomfortable territory. So, we hope you enjoy this conversation with Kellie Curtain.

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Brought to you by SilVR Adventures – every fortnight, we invite aged care industry experts, thought leaders and passionate individuals to share their knowledge and experience with our host Ash De Neef, as we examine ways to improve the quality of care and the quality of life for seniors.

To read a preview of What Will I Wear to Your Funeral? and purchase a copy, please visit: https://amzn.asia/3zE3hqk

Episode transcript here: https://silvradventures.blogspot.com/2020/09/03-kellie-curtain-difficult.html

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