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Menorah Park Hospice's care is rated in the top 25% nationally by Fazzi based on family and resident satisfaction; supporting the end-of-life needs of residents living on the Menorah Park campus, including residents at Menorah Park, Stone Gardens, Helen's Place, Wiggins Place, and R.H. Myers.
As the Director of Spiritual Living and Chaplain of Menorah Park’s Hospice program, I am often asked how to prepare for the end of life. My belief is that it is a stage of life, and while this stage is often difficult to consider, we must prepare ourselves. Our own mortality is reality. We all grow older and G-d willing in good health. At times with age, we experience serious medical issues related to chronic conditions and other circumstances, and sometimes terminal diagnoses.
Today’s medical advances and interventions provide wonderful treatment options and often provide cures for illnesses. There are times however, that treatments ultimately do not change the condition. This is the time to consider choices. Medical interventions may help with quantity of life, but if they do not support quality at the same time, perhaps other options should be employed.
Hospice care focuses on comfort of the person, and relief of symptoms. It is a choice for someone who does not desire additional curative treatment when there is a terminal diagnosis. Undergoing treatment may only prolong life and dramatically decrease quality of life. The decision to use hospice care is difficult to make and should involve the person, family and care team.
That does not mean I am suggesting Hospice is the only choice one should make, but it is something to consider. I want those who come to me for council to live long, fulfilling lives, and at the same time to make the most of every second available. The Menorah Park Hospice team wants to maximize our clients’ lives. Death is inevitable, but we want to make every moment count.
Rabbi Howard Kutner
What you and your loved one can expect with the Menorah Park Hospice program
A caring team consisting of Hospice physicians, nurses, social workers, aides, chaplains and volunteers address physical, emotional social and spiritual needs. Hospice advocates for what each person wants, and helps the family members truly understand what is occurring with their loved one and supports their needs as well. The care is focused on managing pain and other symptoms so that the individual may live as comfortable as possible and make the most of the time that remains.
“Listening to and respecting the wishes of those nearing the end of life, and ensuring their loved ones know they are not alone is so important to hospice care,” said Teresa Petronzio, Hospice Director
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"Much of what you see happening at Menorah Park would not be possible without donor support. Charlotte’s Tai Chi class at the R.H. Myers Apartments wouldn’t happen. Andrew would be in his room without his specialized power wheelchair. Rita would have to be in the nursing home without the activities..."
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