Bridging the Gap between the Funeral Home and the Hospice Caregiver
September 18 Webinar. 1-2 p.m. ▪ 1 CE hour
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Build mutually beneficial relationships with hospice organizations in your community!
Strengthen hospice relationships and enhance the quality of care and services you provide to your families and communities by understanding both hospice providers' and funeral homes' perspectives, practices and procedures. A panel discussion of professionals from hospice and funeral service will help synthesize effective funeral home-hospice partnerships.
Coordinated by Virginia Funeral Directors Association
Panel: Jacqueline Griswold, RN, Crater Community Hospice, Petersburg, VA; Larry Spiaggi, funeral director and embalmer, Morrissett Funeral & Cremation Service, N. Chesterfield, VA; Susan Perry, marketing and outreach director, Altmeyer Funeral Homes, Virginia Beach, VA.
NFDA Member 1st Registrant (includes CE) $119
Additional Member Registrant requiring CE $60
Nonmember 1st Registrant (includes CE) $179
Additional NM Registrant requiring CE $110
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