Welcome to the Alabama Hospice and Palliative Care Organization

 AHPCO has been advocating for hospice in Alabama for more than 30 years.

 The Alabama Hospice and Palliative Care Organization was created to promote understanding of the hospice benefit provided by Medicare, Medicaid and most insurance companies. Made up of hospices and palliative care programs throughout the state, AHPCO provides up-to-date and accurate information regarding end-of-life care.  The organization also works to improve public policy regarding end-of-life care by providing information to elected officials and decision makers. In addition we work to promote a better understanding of hospice and palliative care within our communities.

 AHPCO is a not-for-profit organization that advocates for better awareness of hospice and end-of-life care issues in the state. Our goal at AHPCO is to maintain the highest ethical standards and establish the organization as a grassroots political voice for dying patients and their families.

 

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AHPCO Annual Conference

October 17-19, 2018

Perdido Beach Resort - Orange Beach

Join us as we explore the Power of Connection with a great line-up of speakers.

Pre-Conference:

Section 1: Connecting with Employees and Human Resource Management
Our featured speakers is Susan Hengel, Executive Vice President, Director of Learning Development at Regions Bank. She will focus on women leading women and how to engage employees and provide coaching and mentoring for developing leaders.

Section 2: Connecting with Excellence: Hospice and Palliative Care Nursing Review.  Hospice and palliative care educators Ami Goodnough and Eunita Robertson provide an excellent review of nursing care at the end of life.  This is a great review all nurses wanting to increase their knowledge and will help those preparing for the CHPN Exam.

Board Meeting Dinner featuring: Edo Banach, President and CEO of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization.  The times and regulations continue to change and NHPCO is on the front lines advocating for patients and families and working to safeguard and improve hospice and palliative care in the US.  All registrations include the board dinner.

Keynote Speaker: Janet Paschal
Janet Paschal is an award winning Gospel singer who will share her personal story of surviving breast cancer and her involvement in hospice.  Her inspirational story and her music will help participants reconnect to the mission of hospice care.

What's New:

  • All tickets include board dinner on Wednesday, October 17
  • More networking time
  • Silent Auction returns this year - bring something special to auction off
  • Wine Pull - bring a favorite wrapped bottle of wine to donate and buy a ticket to select a bottle - a great way to explore new wines
  • Beach Blanket Bingo Party - 60's beach costume contest, DJ, dance contest and hula hoop competition

Continuing Education:

Participants must be present for the full day of each day registered. No partial credit offered for each day. 
Total Nursing Contact Hours Possible: 18 • Total Social Work Contact Hours Possible: 15 (1 hour ethics)

Alabama Board of Nursing Provider Number: ABNP# 1070 Expiration: 07/28/2020 • Alabama Board of Social Workers: ABSWE Provider: #0010 Expiration 11/30/2018

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