Understanding comes from knowing, which is why AuthoraCare Collective has partnered with the Alamance Chamber, the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce, Fox Rothschild LLP and Cone Health to explore the impact of health disparities and the opportunities for intentional inclusion in our businesses and communities.
Join us on September 17 to hear panelists Marisette Hasan, Rev. Dr. James Fisher, Mary Manley and April Herring discuss Diversity at End of Life.
This webinar is the last in a 3-part series focusing on understanding and increasing our knowledge of health disparities and diversity at the end of life. We will discuss how the end of life experience is affected by limited knowledge about and trust in available services such as palliative care and hospice. The role of the faith community and partnerships with the health care community will also be a part of our conversation.
• Increase knowledge of how health disparities affect end of life care
• Learn why services like palliative care and hospice are underutilized
• Learn why it is important for the health care community to build relationship and trust with the faith community
This webinar will be moderated by Risa Hanau.
Risa Hanau, LCSW is the Director of Education at AuthoraCare Collective. Risa is a member of the Cone Health Ethics Committee, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and holds a Master of Social Work from The University of Pennsylvania.
Panelists from AuthoraCare Collective, include:
Mary Manley, Director of Sales and Marketing
Mary's 20-year career in the senior care industry has focused on advocating for the disenfranchised, compassionate and quality care for seniors, and the rights of everyone to die with dignity and respect.
And April Herring, Community Education & Outreach Coordinator
April's years of work at hospice, as a caregiver and serving as a volunteer, enable her to bring personal, real-life experience into her work.