Hospice care doesn’t end when a loved one dies. Just as our team was there to support family members with anticipatory grief while a loved one was receiving our care; […]
The death of a loved one impacts the entire family, and everyone deals with grief in their own way. There is no one “right” way to go through this difficult time, […]
Lorraine Perry, LCFL Healing Arts Coordinator/Grief Care Counselor, provides a Healing Arts memory collage activity that a child, adult, or multi family members can do together to remember and honor […]
Coping with the death of a loved one is challenging and emotionally overwhelming. You may experience a wide range of emotions including shock, anger, guilt, and extreme sadness. Grief can […]
There is no right or wrong way to process grief–it’s an individual experience. One of the many ways we help members of the community cope is through our Family Days programs. Learn more about the free grief counseling options available by attending a Family Day event.