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2015 Educational Events in Philadelphia, PA


A Place for Mom's "Professionals Helping Seniors" event is an exciting networking and educational events series open to any professional or business that provides a service or product to senior citizens.

Join us on July 15, 2015 to learn how to guide your patients through hospice care. Two topics will be presented by speakers from Seasons Hospice, and contact hours will be provided for those who need them.


Determining Prognosis and Hospice Eligibility - 1.5 contact hours: This program reviews the Medicare Hospice benefit and discusses general medical and clinical findings that indicate a limited life expectancy through interactive discussions regarding potential hospice patient cases.

Ethics in Hospice and Palliative Care - 1 contact hour: By the end of this one hour session, participants will be able to: Identify the 4 basic ethical principles, distinguish the differences between law and ethics, identify when withholding or withdrawing treatment is ethically sound, recognize the benefit vs. burden of artificial hydration and nutrition, and understand the legal ramifications of terminal sedation. Learners will gain a much broader understanding of the value of the principles and issues presented as they participate in case discussion.


If you help improve the lives of seniors, you are welcome. There is no charge to attend this event.

When / Where

Wednesday, July 15, 2015
5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Maggiano's Little Italy Restaurant 
1201 Filbert Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Seating is limited to the first 30 who R.S.V.P. This event takes place in the restaurant's Napoli Room, where dinner is provided at no charge. Discounted parking is available in the garage above the restaurant.

How to Attend

Register for free through the form below:

About the Speakers

Rebecca Lewis began her career in hospice in 1997. As one of the founders of the well-regarded company Hospice Pharmacia, Dr. Lewis' training and experience focused on management of end of life symptoms for hospice patients. Currently, Dr. Lewis serves as the Executive Director for Seasons Hospice of Pennsylvania.

Terry Glusko is a board-certified music therapist with more than 14 years of experience in the specialized field of hospice and palliative care. His clinical work has focused on supporting the pre and post-loss needs of adult caregivers and young children in family systems facing serious illness. In his current position with Seasons, Terry provides national leadership to the psychosocial aspects of hospice care and patient experience, and he is actively engaged in quality improvement, ethics, and compliance initiatives.


For questions about this event or future events in your area, feel free to email [email protected]


Seasons Hospice


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