This time it’s not The Birds And The Bees

As the responsible adult child, it is important that you know how your parents want to live at the end of their life. Don’t get caught in a situation where you have to make choices for them without knowing their own wishes. Having the conversation now avoids the guilt and potential sibling conflicts that may result if Mom and Dad are ever unable to speak for themselves.

Join Atlanta’s own Jenny Buckley, an end-of-life care expert and author of the popular blog HOPEspot, for an insightful look at how to spark this conversation so it’s comfortable, not cringeworthy.

Questions such as:

If you can’t care for them anymore, what would they prefer to do?

Who should make medical decisions if they cannot?

In their final days, who or what would they like to see or do?

How long and for whom should you wait if it becomes your decision to discontinue artificial means of support?

When – Tuesday, October 19th

Where – Online

Time – 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

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Presented By: Jenny Buckley, RN, BSN

Jenny Buckley is a hospice and palliative care nurse with over twenty years of experience caring for individuals with serious advanced illness and their families. Driven by her passion for helping patients navigate their illness experience while keeping their quality of life in mind, Jenny takes pride in providing the best complete care planning and decision assistance for those she serves. As founder of Jenny Buckley Care Matters, which she started in 2020, her goals include using her extensive personal and professional experience to provide guidance and resources during a family’s serious illness experience. In addition to providing support and presence for those in her care, Jenny is also a cancer survivor, blogger on her site HOPEspot and a national speaker on topics surrounding hospice and palliative care. Jenny lives in Roswell, Georgia with her husband, Kevin, and her two sons.

Hosted By: Weinstein Hospice

As part of the not-for-profit Jewish HomeLife network of services – an organization known for providing exceptional services and lifestyles – our care reflects the traditional Jewish concern for the personal dignity and uniqueness of each human life. Consistent with the Jewish belief that hospitality is a value, we welcome any patient and their family, people of the Jewish faith, any other faith, or no faith at all.

About Jewish HomeLife

Jewish HomeLife is a nonprofit network of nine at-home care services and residential communities that support every stage of the aging journey. Guided by Jewish Values and open to all, we offer leading-edge, care-inspired solutions that make your home life better – whether you reside in your one home or one of ours.

Affordable Independent Living | Assisted Living & Memory Care

Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Services

Hospice & Palliative Care | Private Home Care

Geriatric Care Clinic | Medical Staffing

Why Weinstein Hospice

We provide a 24/7 lifeline for nursing and social work support

Ranked Best of Jewish Atlanta by Atlanta Jewish Times readers

Our staff provides bereavement support, education and resources for at least 13 months after the death of a loved one

We are small with a high staff-to-patient ratio that has a profound impact on the amount of time and individual attention we give to our patients

This time it's not The Birds And The Bees

As the responsible adult child, it is important that you know how your parents want to live at the end of their life. Don’t get caught in a situation where you have to make choices for them without knowing their own wishes. Having the conversation now avoids the guilt and potential sibling conflicts that may result if Mom and Dad are ever unable to speak for themselves.

Join Atlanta’s own Jenny Buckley, an end-of-life care expert and author of the popular blog HOPEspot, for an insightful look at how to spark this conversation so it’s comfortable, not cringeworthy.

When – Wednesday, October 19th

Where – Online

Time – 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

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Presented By: Jenny Buckley, RN, BSN

Jenny Buckley is a hospice and palliative care nurse with over twenty years of experience caring for individuals with serious advanced illness and their families. Driven by her passion for helping patients navigate their illness experience while keeping their quality of life in mind, Jenny takes pride in providing the best complete care planning and decision assistance for those she serves. As founder of Jenny Buckley Care Matters, which she started in 2020, her goals include using her extensive personal and professional experience to provide guidance and resources during a family’s serious illness experience. In addition to providing support and presence for those in her care, Jenny is also a cancer survivor, blogger on her site HOPEspot and a national speaker on topics surrounding hospice and palliative care. Jenny lives in Roswell, Georgia with her husband, Kevin, and her two sons.

Hosted By: Weinstein Hospice

As part of the not-for-profit Jewish HomeLife network of services – an organization known for providing exceptional services and lifestyles – our care reflects the traditional Jewish concern for the personal dignity and uniqueness of each human life. Consistent with the Jewish belief that hospitality is a value, we welcome any patient and their family, people of the Jewish faith, any other faith, or no faith at all.

About Jewish HomeLife

Jewish HomeLife is a nonprofit network of nine at-home care services and residential communities that support every stage of the aging journey. Guided by Jewish Values and open to all, we offer leading-edge, care-inspired solutions that make your home life better – whether you reside in your one home or one of ours.

Affordable Independent Living | Assisted Living & Memory Care

Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Services

Hospice & Palliative Care | Private Home Care

Geriatric Care Clinic | Medical Staffing

Why Weinstein Hospice

We provide a 24/7 lifeline for nursing and social work support

Ranked Best of Jewish Atlanta by Atlanta Jewish Times readers

Our staff provides bereavement support, education and resources for at least 13 months after the death of a loved one

We are small with a high staff-to-patient ratio that has a profound impact on the amount of time and individual attention we give to our patients

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