Part of the Empowering Professionals in Aging series
Presented by Home Instead, Inc.
Includes one complimentary Continuing Education (CE) credit*
In America today, the end of life is not something that is regularly discussed. Often, when faced with issues of mortality, people suffer needlessly for a variety of reasons, from cultural and clinical misunderstandings to matters of healthcare access. It is important for communities and healthcare systems to work together to improve end-of-life experiences and normalize end-of-life planning to ensure individuals can live out their lives according to their values and with goals realized.
Join this webinar to learn more about this topic from guest speaker Shoshana Ungerleider, MD, physician and founder of End Well. End Well brings together a multidisciplinary community that unites design, technology, health, policy and activist initiative to create a cultural shift that can transform our thinking around the end of life.
- Realize the factors that contribute to living well until the end;
- Understand the reasons individuals suffer at the end of life;
- Learn ways that communities and healthcare systems can work together to improve end-of-life care; and
- Review the data and resources for end-of-life care.
*Pending Approval from NASW