A virtual series on grief and healing presented by Hospice & Palliative Care of the Piedmont.
A note from our CEO, Nancy Corley:
Hospice care is about more than dignity of care for those nearing the end of life.
It’s about helping them live their life to the fullest in their remaining days, while supporting the families walking through a significant loss.
At the start of the pandemic, our team grew increasingly concerned for those suffering a significant loss in a time of extreme isolation.
In our 40 years of service to the Greenwood, South Carolina community and beyond, we’ve seen the undeniably positive impacts of support groups and education for those grieving the death of a spouse, a parent, a child or any other loved one who had a profound impact on an individual’s life.
Since we’ve spent the better part of the last year focusing on safety protocols and social distancing, we’ve also had to initiate ways to support those suffering the impact of a loss beyond meeting in groups.
Together, with the help of our staff at Hospice & Palliative Care, we developed critical resources for those navigating the death of a loved one. It’s with this, we’re proud to release our virtual series on grief and healing titled, “Whenever You’re Ready.”
This four-part virtual series features speakers from counseling and medical professionals to help encourage and support you as you begin your own grief journey. Topics include:
- Spirituality and Grief
- Children and Grief
- What to Expect at the Beginning of Your Grief Journey
- Living with Grief, Hope for the Future
Grief and the process of grieving is different for everyone. It is our hope that these resources will become an invaluable component to our community’s recovery – no matter the time of year or circumstances of the world we live in.