WHO DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION SERVE?
San Francisco Bay Area Network for End-of-Life Care is a membership and networking group that includes individuals representing local hospices, healthcare organizations, educational institutions, long-term care facilities, as well as a variety of non-profit organizations that serve the many end-of-life needs in the region.
WHAT IS THEIR BIGGEST CHALLENGE?
People continue to be failed by the health and social care system. End-of-life care in hospitals falls short of expectation. We need to improve of end-of-life care by increasing public awareness through education, by identifying and filling end-of-life needs in diverse communities, and by strengthening local resources in all areas of end-of-life care.
HOW DO YOU HELP THEM?
- Offer support and community for hospice workers, healthcare professionals, grief counselors, clergy, volunteers and others who provide end-of-life care in the Bay Area.
- Promote excellence and cultural competence in end of life services through continuing professional education.
- Raise community awareness of end-of-life planning and choices.
- Provide education and facilitation on advance care planning for healthcare providers and the public.
- Visibility for you and/or your organization with listings on our website and brochure.
- Networking with others involved in end-of-life care.
- Regular and timely information and education on topics of interest to the end-of-life community.
- Opportunities to serve and educate the community about your services and end-of-life issues.
WHERE CAN WE FIND OUT MORE?
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