- September 20, 2018
8:30 am - 1:30 pm
Expert speakers, excellent topics, panel discussion and more!
Your volunteers are an exceptional group of caring and compassionate people who selflessly offer support to individuals, families and caregivers. Support and recognize them with our annual Hospice Volunteer Education Day. This year the event is hosted by the beautiful, historic, Shaker Village in Canterbury, NH. Register your team today!
- 8:30 – Registration and coffee
- 9:00 – Welcome
- 9:05 – An Overview of Ethical Decision Making, Holly Haynes
- 9:30 – Ethical Dilemmas During Hospice Visits, round table discussions
- 10:00 – Shared Case Review, The Impact on Families and Ourselves, facilitated by Holly Haynes
- 10:45 – Break
- 11:00 – Ethical Boundaries of Being With Suffering, Rev. Dr. Carla Cheatham
- 12:15 – Lunch and Networking
- 1:00 – Taking Care of Ourselves, Rev. Mary Francis Drake
- 1:45 – Optional Private tour of Shaker Village, to include culture of illness, death and dying in the Shaker tradition
Twenty Canterbury Shaker Village tour tickets have been donated, and will be raffled at the event, others are encouraged to attend for $10 per person.
Holly Haynes – Masters of Divinity degree focused on end of life care and medical ethics, 4 units of CPE training, Reiki practitioner, Buddhist chaplain, hospice volunteer, certificate in Palliative care chaplaincy.
Rev. Dr. Carla Cheatham, will present via webinar – Carla Cheatham Consulting Group, Section Leader for the NHPCO’s Spiritual Caregivers Section, Chair of NHPCO’s Ethics Advisory Council, an Adjunct Professor at the Seminary of the Southwest, and Affiliate Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland where she is co-developing and teaching courses for their new Masters of Science in Palliative Care degree .
Rev. Mary Francis Drake, MA, MSW, LICSW, AHPC-SW – Hospice Director, Pemi Baker Community Health, Adjunct Faculty to Plymouth State University and UMASS Online, NHHPCO Board Member
This program is planned and organized by Hospice Volunteer Managers from around the state as well as the speakers of the day and hosted by the Home Care, Hospice & Palliative Care Alliance of New Hampshire.