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Join Seth Stander as he discusses the process around choosing the “right” long-term care facility and what to consider.
Choosing the “right” long-term care facility (i.e., a facility whose mission is resident centered care) can improve both quality of life and peace of mind. Let’s discuss ways to make a careful choice: through specific observations, probing questions, and the utilization of outside resources. When a long-term care facility helps to fulfill one’s physical, emotional, psychosocial, and spiritual needs, “life” – as opposed to mere “existence” – prevails.
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About the Speaker
Rabbi Seth Stander, MAHL, Community Aging Specialist, Hope and Healing Center & Institute
Seth Stander recently joined the Hope and Healing Center’s Community Bioethics & Aging Center. After earning a Bachelor of Arts in Judaic Studies from SUNY-Binghamton in 1992, Seth attended the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, from which he was ordained in 1999. He has served as a congregational rabbi in various places, completed a one-year chaplain residency training, and most recently served as an Ombudsman on staff at the Harris County Long-term Care Ombudsman Program, advocating for the rights of facility residents and their loved ones.
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