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Agrace Adds Mary Spiller as Nurse Practitioner

Friday, July 30, 2021

Nurse Practitioner Mary Spiller has joined the medical services team at Agrace, a nonprofit, community-supported health care organization that provides hospice care, supportive (palliative) care, non-medical personal care, adult day care and grief support across southern Wisconsin.

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Three-Act Live Music Concert in Dodgeville Benefits Patients Served by Agrace

Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Every day, Agrace serves 1,500 patients and clients throughout southern Wisconsin when they are aging, ill, dying or grieving, including hundreds throughout Grant, Lafayette and Iowa counties. As a nonprofit health care organization, Agrace relies on community donations and fundraising events to support its mission of providing compassionate care throughout serious illness.

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Agrace Offers ‘Young Adult,’ ‘Bridges,’ ‘COVID-19 Loss’ and ‘Journey Through Grief’ Virtual Support Groups in August

Friday, July 9, 2021

Local adults living in southern Wisconsin who are grieving can find hope and healing with the help of Agrace grief support specialists.

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New Agrace Adult Day Center

Wednesday, July 7, 2021

As reported by WKOW 27 News

Agrace is excited to open its new Adult Day Center later this month and today we are joined with Kewana to share more about the facility and what people can expect.

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Agrace Adds Pline and Truehl to Foundation Board

Friday, June 18, 2021

Agrace has appointed Kathy Pline and Scott Truehl to its Foundation’s board of directors. A nonprofit health care organization, Agrace provides non-medical personal care, supportive (palliative) care, hospice care and grief support to people across southern Wisconsin. The Agrace Foundation Board guides its fundraising, helping to meet the organization’s current and future needs.

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Annual ‘Race for Agrace’ to Take Place September 19

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Every year, more than 2,000 adults and children throughout southern Wisconsin receive grief support from Agrace when they need help coping with the loss of a loved one. This essential community service is available to anyone who has experienced a loss due to death, even if the person who died was not an Agrace hospice care patient.

Communities are experiencing a growing need for grief support, heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic. Because Agrace does not receive any type of reimbursement from insurance for its grief support services, they are funded primarily by community donations. Proceeds from this year’s Race for Agrace fundraiser will benefit the Agrace Grief Support Center in Fitchburg and the community grief support that Agrace provides throughout southern Wisconsin.

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Michelle Scheffler Named Agrace’s Vice President of Human Resources

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

As reported on WisBusiness.com

Agrace has appointed Michelle Scheffler, SHRM-CP, as its vice president of human resources.

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New Resource Combats Heart Failure

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Read or download a copy of the Cardiac Patient and Caregiver guide here.


Agrace, in collaboration with the American Heart Association (AHA) and the National Partnership for Healthcare and Hospice Innovation (NPHI) has created an Advanced Cardiac Care (ACC) Program to address one of the nation’s largest killers of Americans – heart disease.

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Podcast: Leading Person-Centered Care

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Conversation led by Edo Banach, National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization

In this podcast, Edo Banach, President and CEO of National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, sits down with Lynne Sexten, President and CEO of Agrace in Madison, WI. Hear how Agrace has gotten involved with other causes in their community and how leaders can approach changing the healthcare system taking both a local and national approach.