Excela Health Home Care & Hospice has a team of Grief Support Counselors available to inform, support and guide patients and families through the grief process before, at the time of, and after the death of a loved one.
They also work to anticipate and respond to community education and supportive needs related to bereavement.
“Neighborhood Kids” is a family-based bereavement support program designed to bring families together during a time of loss and sadness, using alternative therapies such as art, music and pets to help children work through grief.
Grief does not feel usual, average or typical and therein lies the issue. Listen as an Excela Health Home Care & Hospice grief counselor discusses the struggles of grief.
Excela Health bereavement counselor offers information, education, understanding and comfort to those who have experienced a loss.
One of the strongest feelings that we encounter on our grief journey is the feeling of guilt. An Excela Health bereavement counselor offers insight into understanding this feeling and ways to cope.
Grief is often described as feeling broken-hearted. Learn about the “Anchoring Heart Technique” and how changing your perspective may help to heal that broken-hearted feeling.
Anger is an emotion that is experienced by most grieving people at one time or another during their grief journey.
As we experience the pain of grief, we are able to open our hearts to others. We deeply empathize, help them and feel understood.
Learn more about how we cope with local and global tragedy both physically and mentally.
Contact our grief support staff by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
For anyone with a Facebook profile, Excela Health Home Care & Hospice offers a public online support group through Facebook Groups. To join on Facebook, search ‘Excela Health Grief Support’. You will then have the option to click ‘Join’. After you have requested to join, an Excela Health grief counselor will add you to the group.
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