Hospice Academy: Breathing Life into Bereavement Services

When:  Apr 14, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (CT)

As hospice professionals, we comfort family members suffering through the sadness and grief related to the death of a loved one. The bereavement program we provide helps them cope and eventually thrive in their new normal. It is hard but fulfilling work. All too often, bereavement services are not seen as a vital role of hospice care. What if the bereavement program is reevaluated, along with the role of the bereavement coordinator? What if bereavement services can be viewed in a new way? The concepts provided in this webinar will help your bereavement program to thrive and grow while serving those dealing with death in a meaningful way. In this session, we will discuss the role of the bereavement program and adding the bereavement coordinator as a member of the hospice team, what regulations say about bereavement services, and how to breathe new life into bereavement services by viewing it from a different perspective.

Faculty: Zaundra Ellis, Axxess

Continuing Education: 1.50 clock hours Administrators/Alternate; 1.50 continuing education for nurses
Each registration is for one (1) person only. You must pay for a separate registration for each person needing continuing education credits (CE’s).  

Register:  Online
Cost: (includes live webinar and recording)
$60 Members; $120 NonMembers


No refunds will be given.

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Jessica Campbell
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jessica@tahch.org