Description: Centre for Clinical Ethics 2015 Fall Conference
Affirming an Ethic of Care: Bridging the Gaps at the End of Life
October 2, 2015
Speakers and Presenters: Dr Balfour Mount, The Potential for Healing at the End of Life;
Dr Debra Parker Oliver, Validation and Support for the Family Caregiver: The Overlooked Patient; Dr Naheed Dosani, Living and Dying on the Streets: Palliative education and Care for the Homeless; David Byrne, Dying Inside: The End of Life Experience for Inmates and Health Care Providers in Federal Correctional Institutions; Dan Haley, Alternatives to Incarceration: Dying with Dignity in the Community; Dr Katherine Rouleau, End of Life Care at the End of our Road: Spirits, symptoms and surprises.
Contaqct: Lynda Sullivan, Centre for Clinical Ethics: 416 530 6750; email@example.com
Hospice Palliative Care: An Alternative, Not a Precursor to Euthanasia
Starts: 7:00 pm
Ends: October 7, 2015 - 9:00 pm
Location: Elmsley Hall, 81 St Mary Street, Toronto
Description: Hospice Palliative Care: An Alternative, Not a Precursor, to Euthanasia
Date: Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Registration: 7 pm
Lecture: 7:30 pm
Presenters: Dr Mary Anne Huggins
The Dorothy Ley Hospice
Host: The Toronto Diocesan Council of the Catholic Women’s League of Canada
Location: Elmsley Hall, 81 St. Mary Street, Toronto
on the campus of the University of St Michael’s College
Contact: Mary Capobianco | 416 626 1034 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sister Mary Rose Marrin, CSJ
Father Paul Lennon and Sister Agnes Teresa Sheehan, CSJ
SUMMARY: Recent gerontology research has revealed the under-developed potentials in our maturing years (50+). Of these, spirituality (inner growth) has been identified as an undeveloped resource. In fact, maturing years have the possibility of being a time of unparalleled inner growth.
This presentation will deal with this potential and its implications for ethical decision making in our later years.
DATE, TIME: October 30, 2015 at 2 pm
Free | All are welcome.
LOCATION: 95 St. Joseph Street, East Door, Room 101
PLEASE CALL IF YOU WISH TO USE THE ELEVATOR
416 353 4224
SPEAKERS: Sister Mary Rose Marrin is a Sister of St. Joseph of Toronto with a background in teaching, spiritual formation, congregational leadership and parish ministry. She obtained a BA from the University of Toronto, a Masters of Theological Studies from Jesuit Weston, Cambridge MA (now part of Boston College) and certificates in Spiritual Gerontology and Lifelong Faith Development from the Johnson Institute in St. Louis MO.
From 2007 June, 2012, she was engaged in the initiation and development of Ministry with Maturing Adults at St. Mary`s Parish, Barrie ON. The goal of her present ministry is to raise awareness of the potential for spiritual growth in the second half of life and to support initiatives in this ministry. For this purpose she presents programs on “Spiritual Growth in the Second Half of Life” for parishes and other groups throughout the archdiocese of Toronto.
Father Paul Lennon is a priest of the Archdiocese of Toronto living in the Houses of Providence. Father Paul spent seven years in parish work before beginning his studies at the National Catholic School of Social Service in Washington, DC, where he received an MSW. For seventeen years Father Paul worked for Catholic Charities, four of those as Director. He was then assigned to Serra House in Toronto for men who are considering the priesthood. Father Paul returned to parish work and retired in 2007.
Sister Agnes Teresa (Toni) Sheehan, CSJ, PhD, began her teaching career in 1944 and taught from kindergarten to graduate school until 1989. She was principal, administrator, trustee and mentor, serving on Boards of Directors for O.I.S.E., Toronto Board of Education, Canadian College of Teachers, Prime Mentors of Canada and Delta Kappa Gamma Society International. As professor emerita (University of Toronto), Sr. Sheehan served a term on the Provincial Advisory Council for Education.
Going beyond borders, Sr. Toni used her position on the York-Toronto Lung Association Board and the U of T Faculty Council to collaborate with the Toronto Boards of Education to revise Ontario Safety Laws to include schools and universities under the Act. Now even cleaning staff of science labs are protected under the Act. Two other social issues claimed her support: Herman House for women out of psychiatric care and New Beginnings for separated, divorced and widowed persons. In her 26 years since retirement, Sr. Agnes Teresa has focused on three apostolates: Prime Mentors, Sancta Maria House, and DKG's World Fellowship program.