Williamsport, PA — Julieanne E. Steinbacher, CELA*, of Steinbacher, Goodall & Yurchak recently served on a panel of medical and legal professionals to discuss ways of communicating end-of-life preferences. The general public was invited to view PBS’s FRONTLINE film “Being Mortal” on February 22 at the Trade & Transit Center II, in downtown Williamsport. UPMC Susquehanna hosted the free, film screening as a part of their Hospice and Palliative Care and Caring programs. Panel members were available after the showing for a question and answer session.
“Being Mortal” is based on the book (by the same name) written by Atul Gawande, MD, to educate audiences on the importance of planning ahead for the unthinkable. Audiences are encouraged to take real, concrete action to identify their wishes for end-of-life care, and how to properly communicate these wishes to loved ones. Free film screenings are occurring nationwide to stress the importance of proper planning and clear communication.
Steinbacher, Goodall & Yurchak is an elder care and special needs law firm offering quality representation to clients throughout Pennsylvania. Since 1976, the firm has dedicated itself to practicing law with extraordinary standards of ethics and values. The vision of the firm has been to provide individuals and their families with a unique plan to protect their assets for their spouses and future generations, while providing for their immediate and long-term needs. To schedule your appointment, call 1-800-351-8334 in the Williamsport and Centre County communities.