Education/Events


PPCC believes in education that supports the concept and practice of children’s hospice and palliative care by providing seminars and workshops responsive to the educational needs of our community of caregivers, both families and professionals.

  

2021 PPC Webinar Series  

PPCC, GIPPCC, CHPCC, Jacob’s Heart Children’s Cancer Support Services, and the CSU Shiley Institute for Palliative Care have collaborated to offer the PPC Webinar Series to raise the visibility of pediatric palliative care and to build clinicians’ competencies and confidence.

Click HERE
for a listing of the entire series. Discounts are available for groups and multiple registrations.
CE are available for nurses and social workers. 

 

PPC Monthly Webinar 

June 22, 2021 – Supporting Siblings in Non-Traditional, Multicultural Families During the End of Life
with Brittany Maldonado-Gosline, Jacob’s Heart Children’s Cancer Support Services
This webinar presents a unique case study through which participants will discover ways families identify their own family constellation and the identity of each unique sibling. Participants will learn practical and compassionate ways to address the unique experience of those grieving alongside their brothers and sisters. Participants will also learn how to include siblings from diverse backgrounds and how to support them within an interdisciplinary team. Participants will evaluate different methods to support and serve siblings from diverse backgrounds.  12:00 PST  |  1:00 MST  |  2:00 CST  |  3:00 EST  

 

PPCC Firefly Chat  

Stressed But Not Stressed out: Practical Tools for Managing Stress   
Click HERE to listen to the latest Firefly Chat using the passcode – 5#r7QLpH. 
Click HERE to view presentation materials.
Click HERE to view Mindfulness/Gratitude Practices.

The PPCC Firefly Chat is a series of interactive virtual discussions that explore issues facing the pediatric palliative care community in PA and beyond.  Click HERE to listen to the previous chat, A Day in the Life of a Caregiver.