HFA announces its 2015 education offering—The Longest Loss: Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia. Available April 22, 2015.
Join us November 1 at noon ET for “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 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.
Former Florida legislator Mike Abrams named to HFA Board of Directors
In response to media reports casting a negative light on all hospices based on the actions of one or two providers, HFA President/CEO Amy Tucci writes Op-Ed piece that was printed in several newspapers around the country.
Hospice Foundation of America's Senior Consultant, Dr. Ken Doka receives Special Contributions Award from ADEC
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