Education Opportunities

Lake Superior Hospice offers many opportunities to receive education on special interest topics related to healthcare, hospice, advance directives and palliative medicine  to name a few. Please contact Bethany Buehrly, Director of Volunteers & Outreach at or call 906-225-7760 if you are interested in having someone from Lake Superior Hospice provide education.


Education Opportunities for 2014


Illness & the Spirit Workshop
Church or faith groups, civic groups and others as requested.
Time Needed: 2-3 hours depending on group size
Dates: As requested and scheduled by the organization and Lake Superior Hospice.
Outline: This education opportunity is designed to focus on end of life issues and fears/questions of death, serious illness and caregiving. We cover topics that may be difficult to talk about with others and open a safe environment with trigger tapes, work books, small group work and facilitated discussion by a medical professional.
Contact: To discuss opportunities contact Bethany Buehrly, Director of Volunteers & Outreach 906-225-7760 or email


Volunteer Trainings
Audience: Anyone who is interested in learning more about hospice care and perhaps is interested in volunteering, although it is not necessarily expected that you will become a volunteer following the training.
Time Needed: 10 hour training (typically over a weekend)
Dates: Spring & Fall
Outline: All aspects of hospice care.
Contact: To find out how to register for a Volunteer Training contact Bethany Buehrly, Director of Volunteers & Outreach 906-225-7760 or email

Discover a Different
Kind of Care
  • Here at Lake Superior Hospice we can provide compassionate end of life care for you or a loved one dealing with a life-limiting illness. Research shows that 8 out of 10 Americans would want to stay in their homes surrounded by family and loved ones if they were faced with a life-limiting illness. Hospice can make this happen. Lake Superior Hospice creates a personal and specialized plan of care to ensure each patient and their families are getting the care they deserve.