We invite you to join us on the 4th Wednesday of each month for our Community Education Series as we welcome guest speakers to share topics related to aging and caregiving. Each session is held in our Highlands Campus Chapel from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public.
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF ADVANCE CARE PLANNING
End-of-life medical decisions are one of the most important conversations you’ll have with a loved one. We will discuss recent changes to advance care planning law and review how Kentucky’s MOST (Medical Order for Scope of Treatment) form, a voluntary end-of-life planning tool, supports healthcare decision making for patients.
Program Manager, University of Louisville Trager Institute
Justin Magnuson has coordinated the Kentucky MOST Coalition since 2017 and managed interprofessional education programs at the University of Louisville Trager Institute since 2018. He received his Master of Arts in Communication from UofL focused on healthcare and intercultural communication. The experience of being his grandmother’s healthcare surrogate and longtime hospice volunteering has inspired his passion for contributing to programming that creates a healthcare literate public and patient-centered healthcare providers.
February 28, 2024
3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Highlands Campus Chapel
2000 Newburg Road, Louisville
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Each Community Education Series event is recorded. If you cannot attend, you may view past events on our YouTube page by following the link below.
The Parkinson’s Support Group meets the second Tuesday of each month at 9:15 a.m., in the Nazareth Home Library at our Newburg Road Campus. This group is free, provides mutual support, gives practical information, and provides information about caregiving and community resources.
To RSVP or learn more contact:
Program Director, Spalding Square
At Nazareth Home we strive to be a resource for elders and our community. If you are searching for information, we’re here to help. Whether you are a current resident, looking for senior care options, or not quite ready to take that step, we are happy to provide any advice and direction we can.
Contact us or check out these reliable sources for additional information and support.
Motivated by compassion and concern for all elders in our community, Nazareth Home provides home-cooked meals for elders maintaining their independence and a healthy lifestyle. Regardless of the dietary situation, Nazareth Home works to provide a specific nutritional lunch and dinner that meets one-third of daily requirements. This service is available Monday through Friday.
To learn more about cost and diet arrangements contact:
Director of Food Service
(502) 459-9681 ext. 4130