Diane Keefe of Caring for Parents Together will interview Sheila Goldstein about the importance of managing pain for older adults who are experiencing enough pain to hamper mobility or who are in hospice.
Sheila Goldstein, RN,BSN, CHPN, Education Coordinator Pathways Community Hospice
Sheila has practiced nursing for over 30 years and has worked in numerous areas including neonatal, pediatrics , psychiatric, adult, and occupational health nursing, focusing for the past 10 years in hospice and geriatric nursing.
Sheila instructs physicians, medical social workers, nurses, CNA's, CMT's, chaplains, and other members of the community. She is a passionate speaker educating others on her firm belief that compassionate care and pain management are the keys to optimizing a persons quality of life and maintaining their dignity at the end of life.
You may contact Sheila Goldstein at Pathways Hospice, http://www.pathwayscommunityhospice.com 636-733-7399