BELOIT (WIFR) -- Beloit Regional Hospice has announced Nancy Toubl as their new Transitions Program Coordinator. Toubl expressed her enthusiasm for her role, “I am looking forward to meeting individuals and families who need a little help navigating thru a serious illness. My past experience working with Beloit Regional Hospice as a chaplain has shown me what outstanding services can be provided to individuals and their families.” Toubl also recently received the designation of Certified in Thanatology: Death, Dying and Bereavement for demonstrating knowledge of Thanatology, documenting her professional and educational achievements and fulfilling the prescribed standards required. “The opportunity to learn more about a growing organization confirmed my desire to work with them in a different capacity. I’m looking forward to continue educating the community about the benefits of our Transitions Program.”
Beloit Regional Hospice launched the Transitions program in 2006, and it is designed to help clients and their families cope with the day-to-day struggles of facing illnesses and to find the information and resources they need. Unlike hospice care, clients can access Transitions services when they are still undergoing curative treatment. Transitions services include case management, volunteers, spiritual care and grief support. The Transitions program has been an agency of the United Way Blackhawk Region since 2011 and their support, and support from Beloit Regional Hospice and other community grants enables the provision of Transitions services free of charge.