All About Hospice – Learning More to Help Others

Much confusion surrounds the concepts of hospice and palliative care. Understanding end-of-life care helps those working in helping professions and others to better explain how and when these services can improve the lives and final days of individuals and their loved ones. This workshop aims to provide a thorough overview about hospice and palliative care; the importance and details of each; and how both can contribute toward helping people experience an end to their lives that is peaceful and comforting to themselves, their families and friends.

Workshop participants will learn how to gently and authoritatively explain the differences between palliative care and hospice care; identifying when the time is appropriate to introduce a conversation about these services; and how to address the difficult situations when medicines and treatments are no longer working.

 The goal is a good life – All the way to the very end.

Presenter is Lisa Brown, RN and Community Care Liaison for Ohio’s Hospice.

3.0 Continuing Education Credits for social workers. Workshop cost is $40 for CEUS/$20 if you don’t want CEUs.

Note: The Ohio Board of Nursing accepts events approved for counselors and social workers for continuing nursing education.

Registration by May 7 is requested. Click here for more information and the brochure.

Please contact Kelsey Haus, Communications & Training Coordinator, at khaus@info4seniors.org or (937) 341-3020 with questions or to confirm receipt of your registration.



Date: May 14, 2021

Time: 9:00am-12:15pm

This is an online workshop. The link will be provided the day before the workshop.

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