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HPCG Welcomes New Director of Beacon Place

(GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA)—LaSandra Keen, RN, has joined Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro (HPCG) as its director of inpatient services. In this role, Keen oversees Beacon Place, HPCG’s inpatient hospice home. Previously, Keen served as director of care management at Silverback Care Management in Texas. Prior to this experience, she worked at HPCG in various continue reading…

The Rev. Lou Wallace Receives 2018 Peter Keese Leadership Award

(GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA)—The Reverend Lou Wallace, a well-known grief counselor, received the 2018 Peter Keese Leadership Award on September 5, 2018. Wallace is credited with establishing North Carolina’s first community-based hospice bereavement program at Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro (HPCG). Presented by The Carolinas Center (TCC), this annual award recognizes a North Carolina leader continue reading…

Reflections on The Bright Hour

Reflections on The Bright Hour: A Conversation with John Duberstein Join us as we launch a Community Read of The Bright Hour, the 2017 bestselling memoir by local writer, Nina Riggs. John Duberstein, widower of the author, will share his candid reflections on the book, as well as his experiences with love, loss and renewal. continue reading…

Jeanine M. Falcon Joins HPCG as Vice President of Human Resources

(GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA)—Jeanine M. Falcon, Ed.S., SHRM-SCP, SPHR, has joined Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro (HPCG) as its vice president of human resources. Previously, Falcon served as the vice president of human resources at Replacements, Ltd. She has been working as a leadership consultant and coach since 2015. This past April, Falcon was recognized continue reading…

Talking to Children about Serious Illness

Five Myths, Debunked When there is a serious illness in the family, children need to trust the adults in their family more than ever. Changes can be confusing, from the disruptions to daily routines to the changes in their loved one’s physical appearance. That’s why it’s so important to communicate openly and honestly with children continue reading…

Grief: What to Expect and What Can Help – October 16 and 17

In the early days after the loss of a loved one, life can feel overwhelming and disorienting. This hour-long program is designed to help newly grieving persons gain a better understanding of common grief reactions, strategies for coping and resources to increase your confidence and knowledge during these challenging times. Choose the date and time continue reading…