Transitions LifeCare – Need a Speaker?

Need a Speaker?

 

Our staff and volunteer educators can provide an overview of our services, hold a question and answer session, or offer a series of workshops.

Available topics are listed below and can be custom designed to meet the special needs and time limitations of your group or organization.

Transitions LifeCare 101 - Gain a deeper understanding of Transitions LifeCare and the services we offer to the families and loved ones in our community suffering from a life-limiting illness.

Advance Directives - Practical tips on selecting a healthcare power of attorney and making your wishes known to your loved ones regarding your future medical care.

The Four Things That Matter Most – Book review and discussion (no purchase necessary). Through more than 25 years of caring for gravely ill patients and their families, Ira Byock, M.D., has discovered the life transforming power of four simple phrases: “Please forgive me,” “I forgive you,” “Thank you,” and ”I love you.”

Consider the Conversation is a series of films created by two long-time Wisconsin friends, Terry Kaldhusdal and Michael Bernhagen. Both lost loved ones to severe chronic diseases and struggled to make sense of what was happening.

Honor Flight is a heartwarming documentary about four living World War II veterans and a midwest community coming together to give them the trip of a lifetime. If you are interested in having a viewing of this movie in order to honor the veterans in your community group contact us to set up an appropriate time. In your planning please allow for a viewing time of 1 hour and 28 minutes.

Home Care: A Family Caregiver's Guide provides basic information on trained help with medical and personal care.

Aging in America: Choosing Long Term Care compares and contrasts types of long term care options available in your community.

Caregiver Support Group Facilitator Training helps you start your support group and provides ongoing consultative support during your start-up period.

Living with Alzheimer's offers information on how to recognize warning signs, as well as the most common symptoms.

In addition, we offer dozens of topics for professionals, often with continuing education credits available.  If you would like a speaker to come to your faith community, civic group, or facility, please complete the request form.  Be sure to check our calendar for events already scheduled.

 

 
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