Lifetime Care’s family caregiver support and education programs and bereavement groups are open to hospice families and the general community. We strive to embrace the total person by acknowledging the significance of every aspect of healing. Programs are offered at the David H. Klein Center for Compassion and Healing in Rochester as well as at other locations throughout the Finger Lakes Region. For more information, please call (585) 475-8800.
Wellness Classes & Workshops
These “tools” can reduce everyday stress or help to cope with an illness by supporting your body's natural healing abilities and improving fitness and flexibility. Each is designed to leave you feeling more relaxed, energetic, and alive.
Through our wide range of educational events and activities, you will find reassurance, understanding and encouragement. Our professionals and volunteers know how to promote healing and restore wholeness. And they can help you re-discover the “old you.”
Click here to download information about current and upcoming Wellness classes and programs.
Lifetime Care also offers several programs for people who have Parkinson's Disease and their caregivers, including an exercise class that meets twice a week. Click here for a download about Parkinson's support services.
For information about wellness classes, call (585) 475-8800.
Many of our health and wellness classes are offered in collaboration with Rochester OASIS. OASIS membership and its educational programs in arts and humanities to wellness fitness and travel are open to adults aged 50 and up. To find out more about OASIS visit: http://www.oasisnet.org/Rochester-NY.
Education & Events
Lifetime Care sponsors events and activities to help educate professionals and general audiences. Events include:
- Guest Speakers
- Once or twice a year, Lifetime Care schedules presentations by guest speakers who offer expert insights and suggestions about dealing with loss and grief. Recent speakers include noted author, educator and grief counselor Alan D. Wolfelt and former Rochester Democrat and Chronicle columnist Mark Hare.
- Janus Group and “Among Friends”
- For surviving spouses who have completed the 8-week SERIES, JANUS & “Among Friends” offer a continuation of grief work.
- This seminar for people who work in the healing professions is presented annually in the Fall as a continuing professional education program for nurses, social workers, clergy, or funeral directors who interact with families who have lost a loved one.
- “Living With Grief” video conference
- Each Spring, Lifetime Care sponsors the local presentation of this national video conference, featuring experts on various aspects of end-of-life care and grief counseling. Although these programs are intended primarily for professionals (nurses, social workers, clergy, funeral directors) who interact with families who have lost a loved one, caregivers and bereaved people may also find them valuable.
For more information, please call (585) 475-8800.
Therapies for Wellness
Therapies for Wellness
The Center offers alternative therapies to relieve the stress and enhance wellness. Appointments are available by calling 585.475.8800. Appointments are available on specified days:
|Chiropractic Care||Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays|
|Acupuncture||Tuesdays and Thursdays|
|Massage Therapy||Every day except Sunday|
Health & Wellness Instruction
Wellness activities, education, support and healing therapies focus on easing suffering, providing comfort and improving quality of life.
“Tools for Wellness” offered at the center such as classes or workshops on yoga, Tai Chi, Nia, and Qi Gong offer relief from stress, greater flexibility, and improved physical, mental and spiritual fitness. Some are co-sponsored by the OASIS program of informal continuing education for older adults.
A variety of classes offer insights and support for aging. Specialized programs are offered for People who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease.
Click here to see our Current Wellness Class Schedule.