As leader of the GA chapter of Compassion and Choices, Perry has worked to spread the message of end of life planning to Georgians. He developed a presentation that educates Georgians on end of life medical care issues and the importance of planning to ensure your or a loved one’s death is the way you want it to be. Most families never discuss this topic, even when it is obvious that the end is near, with the result that a loved one’s death can find the patient in a hospital undergoing aggressive medical treatment that they do not want, while the families are angry, scared, and unhappy rather than in a position to spend precious time with their loved one. Perry (or his trainees) have given this presentation to over 400 people in the Atlanta metro area. It emphasizes how to complete an advance directive and talk to your family and physician about your wishes for the end of your life. Posted 2014.