Senior Provider Information Network (SPIN-Portland)

February 25, 2019 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Providence Willamette Falls Community Center
519 15th St
Oregon City
Cathy Fallon-Weeg

The Senior Provider Information Network (SPIN) is dedicated to providing quality continuing education and networking opportunities to senior healthcare professionals and offers Education and Networking. SPIN meetings are held every month from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Visit website for meeting details each month. Topics/Speakers are CEU accredited. To confirm CEU accreditation for your discipline, please contact Karri Bolman.

February 25, 3pm
Location: Providence Willamette Falls Community Center
Address: 519 15th St, Oregon City, 97045

Topic: Navigating the Journey – Considering end-of-life care options can be stressful and confusing for patients and their loved ones. Focusing on what is important and being motivated to meet goals and create new memories can fall to the wayside when mapping out end-of-life options. There are tools available, though, to bring individual purpose and dynamic direction to end-of-life planning. This talk will explore how creating a bucket list and writing a “Dear Doctor” letter can help express end-of-life wishes and guide treatment options.

Speaker: Sasha Holden, RN is a Providence Hospice Clinical Educator. Sasha has worked with Providence Hospice since 2005. Prior to her work at Providence, Sasha earned her degree in nursing from OHSU and was an Oncology nurse at OHSU.

Host: Providence Home Services – Providence Home Services provides Home Health, Hospice, Pharmacy Services, and Home Medical Equipment services in Oregon and southwest Washington. All services are state-licensed and/or accredited by The Joint Commission.

Providence Home Services offers care and support to individuals at all stages of life. The focus is especially on frail older adults and people diagnosed with a serious, chronic illness to ensure that individuals are safe and nurtured wherever they are in life. We offer centralized access for convenient, immediate and multi-service referrals. Providence Home Services access teams are capable of managing all referrals from health care providers, resulting in continuing care for patients.

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