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Learn how cultural diversity effects end of life care decisions. Contact Laurie Sweetser Marketing Director

Learn how cultural diversity effects end of life care decisions. Contact Laurie Sweetser Marketing Director

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  • 1. Cultural and Religious Diversityand End of Life IssuesSponsored by BrightStar Care®, Meadow View Center and Life Choice Hospice1 Clock Hour for Certified Case Managers, Social Workers and Nurses> DATE: Tuesday, June 11, 2013> TIME: 8:30am– 10:00am> LOCATION: Meadow View Center 134 North St, North Reading, MA 01864 A light breakfast will be served.Please RSVP by Monday, June 10thto:Laurie Sweetser, Meadow View Center: laurie.sweetser@sunh.comSarah Littlefield, BrightStar Care: 978 278 3320BrightStar Care®is independently owned and operated.This program has been submitted to The Commission for Case Manager Certification for approvalto provide board certified case managers with 1 clock hour.BrightStar Care of Danvers/North Shoreand BrightStar Care of Wakefield areJoint Commission AccreditedPresented by Rabbi Carol Bruckner Mitchell of Life Choice HospiceRabbi Mitchell is Chaplain for Life Choice Hospice, serving patients and their families in easternMassachusetts. She also works with assisted living facilities doing counseling, leading services, classesand holiday programs. She teaches at local temples and officiates at life-cycle events.During this presentation, attendees will come to understand how our religious beliefs and traditions, alongwith our cultural backgrounds effect end-of-life decisions and care. Rabbi Carol Bruckner Mitchell of LifeChoice Hospice will discuss why it is essential that care-givers understand cultural and religious differencesin order to provide the most appropriate and sensitive care.

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