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Speakers Bureau

SUN Home Health and Hospice has developed a series of programs available to you at no charge.  To schedule one of the programs or for additional information please call SUN Home Health and Hospice's Community Relations Department at 1-800-634-5232, extension 7656 or directly at 473-7656. 

"Advanced Directives & Living Wills"

Tragic illness or accidents are never easy to deal with, but they are much easier to handle if certain discussions occur beforehand.  This program is designed to give information about advance directives and living wills, and how to talk with family about these decisions.


This program is designed to review the most common types of dementia and provides a range of ideas for symptom management related to each type.


Over 23 million people in the United States suffer from diabetes.  Learn the causes, symptoms, treatments, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

“Fall Prevention & Home Safety”

Falls are one of the leading causes of death among older adults.  This informative program reviews the top five preventable measures which include exercise, regular doctor visits, vision tests, healthy nutrition, and home safety.

“Help Us Choose Home”

A brief video, outlining the benefits of home healthcare, is followed by a review of services SUN Home Health & Hospice provide.

“Hospice—The SUN Home Approach”

SUN Home Health & Hospice strives to treat patients suffering from life-limiting illnesses with dignity throughout their final days.  Learn when hospice is appropriate, what services and support SUN Home can offer patients and their families, and what to expect during this difficult time.

“How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep”

Are you tired of being tired and frustrated with nightly tossing and turning?  This discussion may help you.  Take a good look at the problem and receive a wealth of practical, effective suggestions for better sleeping.

“Preventing Back Injuries”

It is easier to prevent a back injury than to live with a bad back.  Fortunately, there are many things that can be done to prevent back injuries.  This program reviews information on the back and what it does and provides important ideas you can do to prevent hurting your back.

“Stroke Screening”

During a routine stroke risk screening, the following assessments are made: blood pressure, pulse, medical history and carotid bruits.  Learn the warning signs of stroke and how to reduce high blood pressure.