Join HFA’s upcoming webinar series dealing with Grief and Adolescence, Register and learn more here
Are you grieving or worried about someone who is? Find helpful resources for children, adolescents and
adults on HFA’s website.
Watch Hospice: Something More, featuring real stories about hospice care with expert commentary,
from your computer, smart phone, or tablet.
Start a conversation about end-of-life care with your community through plays that you produce.
HFA announces its 2015 educational offering—The Longest Loss: Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, a
program focusing on grief during the disease process and following death. Available April 2015.
July excerpt: "When my mother was dying of cancer, a hospice social worker met with my father and me. Her first question was: how do you grieve? I was startled by the question..."
Programs, Certificates, Materials and More
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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