Do you know what it takes to ensure that you and your loved one have a positive home caregiving experience? Caregiving for your loved one at home can be a complicated journey filled with challenges and surprises. Navigating the caregiving and coordination activities takes knowledge and resources. Learn how to prepare and adjust as a loved one’s health declines, and strategies for remaining resilient during the journey will be highlighted.
About the speaker:
Judith Sands, RN, MSL, BSN, CPHRM, CPHQ, CCM, LHRM, ARM has over 30 years of experience as a healthcare professional and is a recognized authority in the areas of care coordination, quality, risk management, and patient safety. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Florida and a Master of Science in Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. Judith is a registered nurse, holding state and national certifications in case, quality, and risk management. Ms. Sands has been a speaker at various local and national conferences. Her current focus is on ensuring patient safety, care coordination, and bringing dignity to end-of-life care. She recently authored Home Hospice Navigation: The Caregiver’s Guide, a practical comprehensive road map for end-of-life communication and caregiving.
This presentation is free, but registration is required by 10/31 to help us plan properly. Please consider a $5/person donation to offset our costs.
For any questions, please contact JFS Program Coordinator, Debbie Ross, at 919-676-2200 ext. 129 or email Debbie.Ross@ShalomRaleigh.org