The Longest Loss: Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia is available April 22, 2015. Watch a preview here.
Available now, “Grief What Helps When it Hurts” offered as a community service by HFA, sponsored in part by Dignity Memorial Funeral Providers. Click here for details.
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When a hospice patient doesn't experience the best possible death despite the team's best efforts, clinicians and volunteers can have difficulty coping with their own grief. Join Gary Fink, DMin, MAHL, Linda Tebelman, LCSW, and Ken Doka, PhD, MDiv for a one-hour discussion with tips and coping strategies. LIVE April 28, noon-1pm ET.
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When the diagnosis is Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia, grief doesn't wait for death. In HFA’s upcoming program, clinicians and people living with dementia address these losses and how to improve care.
This book breaks new ground by sharply focusing on the grief experienced in dementia. Weaving both personal accounts and the best of current theory and clinical practice, The Longest Loss: Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia addresses the grief experienced by individuals with dementia, family caregivers, and health providers.
President Amy Tucci details the many benefits hospice care can provide to Alzheimer's patients and their families.
Former Florida legislator Mike Abrams named to HFA Board of Directors
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