Seekers of Meaning-JSA Podcast

The Rev. Rosemary Lloyd discusses “The Conversation Project” about end-of-life planning, on Oct. 2 Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast

On this episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast from JewishSacredAging.com, the Rev. Rosemary Lloyd discusses The Conversation Project (theconversationproject.org), a program to help families engage in discussions about end of life care. [Read more…]

Caregiver hands
Care-Giving Concerns

Rabbi Address’s article on end-of-life conversations published on “My Jewish Learning”

Rabbi Address recently covered key points to know about having end-of-life discussions with your family in an article, “How to Talk To Loved Ones About Your End-of-Life Wishes: Do’s and don’t’s for broaching the most [Read more…]

Seekers of Meaning-JSA Podcast
Seekers of Meaning-JSA Podcast
Seekers of Meaning-JSA Podcast
Seekers of Meaning-JSA Podcast

Dr. David Barile, Goals of Care Coalition of NJ – Seekers of Meaning Podcast 11/15/2019

This week’s guest on the Seekers of Meaning Podcast is Dr. David Barile, Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Goals of Care Coalition of New Jersey (GOCCNJ), a non-profit organization dedicated to helping patients get the care they need and no less — and the care they want and no more. [Read more…]

Elder and Disability Law Expert Jerold Rothkoff is the guest on the August 25, 2017 Jewish Sacred Aging podcast
Seekers of Meaning-JSA Podcast

Elder and Disability Law Discussed by Jerold Rothkoff, Elder Law Expert, on JSA Podcast August 25

On this episode of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, elder law attorney Jerold Rothkoff discusses important issues of legal and estate planning for seniors and their care givers. About the Guest Jerold E. Rothkoff, a practicing New [Read more…]

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon meets new immigrant soldiers during the traditional reception on Sukkot holiday at the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem. GPO photo by Ohayon Avi.
D'vrei Torah

A lesson from Ariel Sharon’s passing

This is not a political piece. Not by any stretch. Then again, I guess everything can be considered political in some sense. I recently began a class in my congregation on Responsa; the traditional literary [Read more…]

Brooke Hopkins and Peggy Battin
Care-Giving Concerns

NY Times Magazine explores ‘The right to die, the will to live’ in article about bioethicist’s husband

“If Margaret Pabst Battin hadn’t had a cold that day, she would have joined her husband, Brooke Hopkins, on his bike ride. Instead Peggy (as just about everyone calls her) went to two lectures at [Read more…]

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Key tips on advance planning from AfterSteps

By Alejandra Oliva End-of-life planning has the aspects we all know about – have you written a will? Does your family know what to do in case of a medical or financial emergency if you [Read more…]