Speakers Bureau

Our expert speakers

Sanctuary Hospice provides speakers for various groups and organizations throughout our coverage area. The speakers who participate in this vital community program are highly trained and committed hospice professionals.

Community Speakers Bureau

Our speakers deliver presentations to a variety of audiences including churches, professional associations, civic clubs, public libraries, senior centers and other community groups who are interested.. Here is a sampling of some of the topics we can present for your group: 

  • The Sanctuary Story
  • What is hospice and what is the Sanctuary difference?
  • Volunteer Opportunities for Anyone

Professional Education

If you represent a hospital or facility seeking continuing education for your staff, we offer several interesting topics to expand your knowledge and skills.  In-Service topics can be designed to meet the needs of your clinical staff and customized to fit your audience. Frequently requested topics include:


The Foundation for End-of-Life Care:  Hospice Philosophy

Advocating For Resident Choice

Collaborative Partnership between Hospice and the Nursing Facility

Customer Service for Everyone/Everywhere!

Providing Spiritual and Psychosocial Care

Interdisciplinary Pain Management

The Dying Process and Bereavement

Communicating End-of-Life Wishes

Dementia/Alzheimer’s Disease

Pain Management


Foot Care

Heart Failure

Oral Care

*Appetite Stimulant Use

*Managing End-of-Life Symptoms

*Management of Terminal Restlessness

Transferring a Patient

Supporting a Grieving Person: Helping others through Grief, Loss and Bereavement

Weight-loss, Dehydration and Nutrition

Basic Non-Pain Symptom Management

Elder Abuse: A National Disgrace

Pain Management

Empathy and Communication Skills

Falls and Restraints

Dignified Care of the Actively Dying Resident

Infection Control

Lifting and Moving Patients Safely


Standard Precautions


End-Stage Disease Process

*Management of Opiod-Induced Side Effects

*Assessing and Managing Dyspnea



To request a speaker contact us at (662) 407-2400.