MINOCQUA - Talking about death can be difficult for anybody. But one local home care center wants to start the conversation about life, death, and embracing our mortality.
Dr. Kate Hospice in Arbor Vitae started the "That's Life (& Death) Cafe" to encourage those conversations.
"We really just want to hear people's opinions about how they view their own mortality," said Jennifer LaPorte, the Bereavement Coordinator and Chaplain for Dr. Kate Hospice. "You can learn a lot about death from the experiences that you have. We often say that there can be so much life in death."