About Us

AHPCA is a charitable organization that serves as the voice for hospice and palliative care in Alberta. For over 30 years, AHPCA has promoted, supported, and advocated for excellent end-of-life care for all Albertans.

Mission Statement

AHPCA engages in actions and strategies that result in comprehensive, equitable, and quality end-of-life care for Albertans.

Kristi Puchbauer, CFRE
Chief Executive Officer
Kathryn Trenerry-Harker, B.A., LL.B
Communications Director
Theresa Bellows
Education Director
Betty George
Volunteer Coordinator - YNA
Iska Hollman
Program Coordinator - LES
Angeline Webb
Board Chair
Cindy Young
Vice-Chair
Leslie Penny
Treasurer
Becky Luedtke
Secretary
Elaine Klym
Past Chair
Angela Diano
Director
Rayne Johnson
Director
Dianna Jossa
Director
Nicole Morin
Director
Emily Parsons
Director
Dr. Raj Sharma
Director
Sung Ho Yun
Director

Board of Directors Page

The Alberta Hospice Palliative Care Association recognizes the traditional land of the many First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples whose elders have walked this land before us and those persons with whom we share this land today. We are grateful to work, live and play upon this territory together and for the ability to learn from the traditional peoples of these lands as we move forward together in reconciliation.

The AHPCA team affirms our commitment to and responsibility in improving relationships between nations and to improving our own understanding of local Indigenous peoples and their cultures.

We also acknowledge all First Nations, Métis, and Inuit persons that reside away from their traditional communities, but who still live across Alberta.

Treaty 6

Denesuliné (Chipewyan)
Nehiyawak (Cree)
Nakota Sioux (Stoney/Assiniboine)
Saulteaux (Ojibwa/Anishinaabe)

Treaty 7

Niitsitapi (Blackfoot Confederacy)

Kainai (Blood)
Piikani (Peigan)
Siksika (Blackfoot)

Tsuu T’ina (Sarcee)
Iyarhe Nakoda (Stoney)

Treaty 8

Nehiyawak (Cree)
Dene Tha’ (Slavey)
Dane-zaa (Beaver)
Denesuliné (Chipewyan)

Métis

Buffalo Lake
East Prairie
Elizabeth
Fishing Lake
Gift Lake
Kikino
Paddle Prairie
Peavine

Health Care Center

+18 (077) 555 22 33

Schedule a Tour

+18 (077) 555 22 33

What People Say

Testimonials

I cannot thank you enough for your understanding and support through some difficult times. I would highly recommend your company to anyone. Your company has made our life easier.

Katie Elliott

Katie Elliott

37 years

I was visiting a number of assisted living facilities last month, and was really impressed by the knowledge of this one. They have nurses on staff in addition to normal caregivers.

Renee Sherman

Renee Sherman

37 years

“Volunteering with You’re Not Alone makes me feel fulfilled.

I look forward to the weekly phone calls because I learn from connecting with the client, and I love being able to lighten the load of someone simply by being able to listen when they want to talk.

It makes me feel like I’m making a difference when I can connect with people and when I feel that they are comfortable sharing their pain with me.”

– YNA Volunteer

Health Care Center

+18 (077) 555 22 33

Schedule a Tour

+18 (077) 555 22 33

What People Say

Testimonials

I cannot thank you enough for your understanding and support through some difficult times. I would highly recommend your company to anyone. Your company has made our life easier.

Katie Elliott

Katie Elliott

37 years

I was visiting a number of assisted living facilities last month, and was really impressed by the knowledge of this one. They have nurses on staff in addition to normal caregivers.

Renee Sherman

Renee Sherman

37 years

“Volunteering with You’re Not Alone makes me feel fulfilled.

I look forward to the weekly phone calls because I learn from connecting with the client, and I love being able to lighten the load of someone simply by being able to listen when they want to talk.

It makes me feel like I’m making a difference when I can connect with people and when I feel that they are comfortable sharing their pain with me.”

– YNA Volunteer