The organ donation process has never been simpler in the
state of Vermont, however, there are still misconceptions
about what is involved in becoming an organ donor.
The process may vary in other states, but if you would
like to become an organ and tissue donor registrant in
Vermont, simply click the poster above and follow
the two easysteps.
In life we prepare for everything... college, marriage, children, retirement. But we seldom talk about preparing for end-of-life care. Join the conversation and: 1) Increase your understanding of end-of-life options, including hospice and palliative care, 2) Learn to talk to your family & physician about your and your loved one's end-of-life wishes, and 3) Learn how to record your decisions using Vermont's Advance Directive form.
Contact me for a Conversation Guide or
Linda LeCompte at the VNA, firstname.lastname@example.org
658.1900 ext. 3903
Also, visit starttheconversationvt.org .
TAKE THE NEXT STEP. IT'S TIME.
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Help Vermonters impacted by Tropical Storm Irene with their long term recovery needs by purchasing a Vermont Strong front license plate for $25.00. Net proceeds from the sale of each plate will be distributed to both the Vermont Disaster Relief Fund (www.vermontdisasterrecovery.com) and the Vermont Food Bank (www.vtfoodbank.org). Valid from 2012-2014, this plate may be displayed on the front of a qualified vehicle registered in Vermont.
Plates can be purchased at Jolly's in Jericho
and many other stores in the area
or order online at Vermont Life Catalog