The EOLC Act is badly drafted and seriously flawed. Whatever one’s views about the idea of euthanasia, it is not ‘compassion’ to vote for a dangerous law.• Approximately 10% of our elders are the victims of abuse, mostly from their own families. Elder abuse continues to rise in New Zealand.
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• The End of Life Choice Act provides access to an assisted death for those with less than 6 months to live. Yet any prognosis, especially as long as 6 months, is a guess. Overseas research shows that the choice of euthanasia is not driven by pain but by a
If you or someone you know is trying to get back to South America, Xtravel is working with LaTam airlines on a possible chartered cargo flight at the end of September. There are limited seats available and the date is to be confirmed but priority will be given on a
Now set down for Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th September 2020 with possible carry over to Friday 25th. To be held at Rydges Queenstown 5th floor meeting rooms, 38-54 Lake Esplanade, Queenstown, beginning at 10:00am on 23rd and at 9:00am on 24th (and 25th if applicable).
• The End of Life Choice Act is not an option of ‘last resort’. It will not just apply to the ‘exceptionally difficult cases’. It does not require that a person first make use of available treatments or counselling, nor that they first receive palliative care. A person does not
By Mariane Morandini, Creative TherapistCOVID 19 and the “new normal” brought a universe of uncertainty, distresses and questioning on what is waiting for us after all. With this lecture, Mariane Morandini, a Creative Therapist residing in New Zealand, will address as a theme the immigration traumas and anxiety generated from