The Rise of Tech-Enabled Grief Care

Hospice News

There are things coming onto the market, in a bit of a flurry right now,” Emma Payne, founder and CEO of Grief Coach, told Hospice News. Payne conceived of Grief Coach following the death of her husband and his close friend. Grief hit me much harder than I anticipated.

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Anticipatory Grief

AT Home Care & Hospice

Anticipatory Grief When we think of grieving, we primarily think of grief following a loss. However, this is not the only form of grief. Anticipatory grief refers to the feeling of grief that occurs before an impending loss.

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Anticipatory Grief

Adobe Hospice & Home Health

When we think of grieving, we primarily think of grief following a loss. However, this is not the only form of grief. Anticipatory grief refers to the feeling of grief that occurs before an impending loss. While anticipatory grief is.

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5 Myths About Kids and Grief

Solace

Our societal taboos about grief and death and our well-meaning but sometimes misplaced fears about exposing children to death can make it difficult for kids to find their way through their personal grief journeys. Grief looks like all kinds of things. That all informs your grief.

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Federal Legislation Would Create National Strategy on Grief

Hospice News

introduced legislation this morning to create a National Strategy on Grief and establish grants to fund trauma-informed care for the bereaved. This would include social workers, grief counselors, and chaplains, among others. Joe Morelle (D-N.Y.)

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Working Through the Stages of Grief

Hospice Red River Valley

Janna Kontz, one of our Grief Specialists joined Ashley Thornberg at Prairie Public Broadcasting for an interview about grief and how to support those around you who are grieving. Grief is a short word, but a long process. Janna explains that grief is a journey without an end.

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Grief Care Platform Betterleave Expanding Via New Hospice-Partnership Model

Hospice News

The grief care tech platform Betterleave is expanding with a new hospice-partnership model that augments its employee-benefit business. “There’s so much grief that happens before the event.

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Grief

Death and Dying Chronicles

Instead I have been struggling with the tsunami of emotions that grief brings and washes over your life. Grief is a smothering, choking kind of emotion that sits heavily on your heart like an elephant. The post Grief appeared first on Death and Dying Chronicles.

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Differences Between Grief and Depression

1-800-HOSPICE

Sooner or later, most of us will suffer deep grief over the death of someone we love. The mourning process may take months or even years, and most people adjust to grief and adapt their lives afterward to the absence of their loved one. Grief is unique to each individual.

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Studying the Connections in Carbs, Casseroles and Grief

Solace

She shared more thoughts on food, death and grief with Solace Cremation. Cann says we often think of casseroles when we think of food and grief. A lot of cultures seem to use the sensory notion of taste and sweetness as one way to dispel the grief and sadness of death.”

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Green Gladness in Days of Grief

Elaine Mansfield

Your grief gives me permission to feel my grief,” Steve said. Do you create rituals to help you through lingering grief? ” The post Green Gladness in Days of Grief appeared first on Elaine Mansfield.

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Importance of Self Care In Grief

AT Home Care & Hospice

Importance of Self-Care In Grief We all grieve differently, but one thing remains true for everyone: the importance of taking care of yourself. The post Importance of Self Care In Grief appeared first on AT Home Care & Hospice.

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‘Wild Grief’ Set Free

Solace

Wild Grief is an Olympia, Washington, nonprofit that offers both in-person hikes and virtual hybrid DIY outings for people who are grieving. Solace Director of Digital Marketing and Performance, Erin Kelley, took part in a Wild Grief event and shares her experience with us.

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Disenfranchised Grief

Hospice Chaplaincy

Editor’s Note: You can purchase Dr. Doka’s book “Disenfranchised Grief “Here! Kenneth J. Doka Ph.D. Every society has external rules Continue Reading. Research

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5 People Opening New Innovative Spaces for Grief

Solace

August 30 marks Grief Awareness Day , a day established by grief expert Angie Cartwright in 2014. Cartwright, who lost several family members, says healing can only take place “when grief is not shamed, rushed or tabooed.” Grief is different for everyone.

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What Is Anticipatory Grief?

Hospice of the North Coast

It wasn’t the profanity nor the frontal attack on the care her father has been receiving but the intensity of it, the felt urgency, the palpable shock of the grief just underneath it all. Anticipatory grief is the process of grieving that starts prior to a loved one passing.

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South County spotlight: After personal loss, a grief counselor finds her calling

HopeHealth

In the wake of that loss, she found her calling as a grief counselor. The post South County spotlight: After personal loss, a grief counselor finds her calling appeared first on HopeHealth. Grief Support HopeHealth Blog

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Nurses Cope With Grief While Caring for Others

Nurse.com

Nurses have faced grief on overdrive in the last several years with the unexpected challenges brought by the pandemic. Your grief may look very different than your coworker’s down the hall. At times, the grief feels manageable. Coping with grief over patient deaths.

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A personal reflection on grief during the pandemic

Life & Death Matters

June 2021, reflecting on her grief while working in Long Term Care during COVID Grief is an understandable reaction to loss. The post A personal reflection on grief during the pandemic appeared first on Life and Death Matters. GRIEFLITERACY COVID-19 Grief Hospice Palliative Car

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Grief, Loss, and Well-Being Debriefing: Vickie Leff, Matthew Loscalzo, Craig Blinderman

GeriPal

You’d imagine though that our professional expertise and experiences in helping patients and families cope with loss and grief would be helpful in managing our own personal losses. A great website for dealing with loss and grief : refugeingrief.com. We focus on grief.

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Podcast #18: Reid Peterson, founder of Grief Refuge

Hospice News

In this episode, Hospice News editor Jim Parker speaks with Reid Peterson, founder of Grief Refuge, a technology platform designed to support bereaved families. The post Podcast #18: Reid Peterson, founder of Grief Refuge appeared first on Hospice News. Subscribe to the Elevate Podcast to be notified when new episodes are released. Listen today! Apple Podcasts Soundcloud. Podcast

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NHPCO-Led Coalition Welcomes Introduction of GRIEF ACT in Congress

NHPCO

Alexandria, VA) The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) and its affiliate group, the Hospice Action Network (HAN) applaud today’s introduction of the Grief Resilience Investment and Education Fund (GRIEF) Act in the House of Representatives by Congressman Joe Morelle (NY-25).

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Importance of Self Care In Grief

Adobe Hospice & Home Health

Awareness Education & Resources Grief Mental Health Awareness Month Self-CareWe all grieve differently, but one thing remains true for everyone: the importance of taking care of yourself.

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The Experience of Grief

Kindful Hospice

Grief is a universal experience. How we deal with that grief, though, is very different from person to person. About 25% of people, though, take a year or two to process their grief. The long-term experience of grief changes the body in various ways, too.

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A Sacred Grief Ritual (Journey to India, Part 5)

Elaine Mansfield

Powar didn’t hide his grief. The post A Sacred Grief Ritual (Journey to India, Part 5) appeared first on Elaine Mansfield. After a late night drive from the Ramana Ashram to Kanchipuram, Vic and I slept late.

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Palace of Care – A Father’s Grief

Palliverse

FOAMPal #PallANZ carers Clinical death anger communication despair dying end of life griefPhoto by charlesdeluvio on Unsplash. I went to see the new patient who had just arrived by ambulance. A Chinese man in his 30s who was drowsy and confused.

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Grief During the Holidays

Hearts for Hospice & Home Health

Grief. And holidays seem to magnify the heartache that follows grief, regardless of when the loss took place. GriefIt’s a small word with a big effect. At worst it is crippling. At best it is nagging. For some, pushing through the holidays and honoring time old traditions can be the perfect way to memorialize a […].

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When is the Right Time to Consider Grief Counseling?

Hospice of the North Coast

Are available through hospices, hospitals, churches, and counseling agencies with counselors who are specifically trained in the grief process. Grief heals best when shared with others – it helps to: Share thoughts and ideas with others to help clarify the meaning and effects of the loss.

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How to Cope with Grief Using a Healthy Lifestyle

The Heart of Hospice

With the help of her friend who was also experiencing a loss of her own, she learned how to grieve the … Continue reading "How to Cope with Grief Using a Healthy Lifestyle". The post How to Cope with Grief Using a Healthy Lifestyle appeared first on The Heart of Hospice. Uncategorized bereavement bereaver.com coping with grief grief and loss serious illness The Heart of HospiceOur guest blogger this week is Camille Johnson of bereaver.com.

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Sharing love after loss: Widower writes book to help his grandchildren with grief

HopeHealth

Guy Marini was inspired by what he learned from participating in a HopeHealth grief support group. So he wrote a children’s book about grief to honor his late wife’s memory and comfort his two grandchildren. Grief Support HopeHealth Blog

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How you can help children and teens deal with grief

Hospice Chaplaincy

Research Grief grief in children Hospice chaplaincy Saul EbemaSaul Ebema Many things influence children’s views on death and dying. Such as; age, religious beliefs, cultural and ethnic Continue Reading.

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Should I Attend A Grief Support Group?

Harbor Light Hospice

A grief support group offers a way for those who are dealing with grief related to the illness or death of a loved one to communicate how they are feeling and ways to cope in a healthy and beneficial manner. What Is A Grief Support Group? You Feel Isolated With Your Grief.

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How to Manage Disenfranchised Grief with Carol Schoneberg, Episode 123

The Heart of Hospice

End of life educator Carol Schoneberg is sharing wisdom about disenfranchised grief, the grief that society says isn’t real, but we all experience. There are a lot of reasons someone’s grief might be disenfranchised. Dysfunctional relationships where there was abuse, or former relationships like ex-spouses can be sources of grief that’s not recognized by the … Continue reading "How to Manage Disenfranchised Grief with Carol Schoneberg, Episode 123".

Bereavement Strategies – Coping with Grief and Loss

Three Oaks Hospice

When a loved one faces the end of life, family members and friends go through a complex process of grief that can last for months or years. Learning healthy bereavement strategies makes it easier to work through the various stages of grief.

What Pastors Need to Know About Grief

Seasons Hospice

Grief comes to us when someone or something significant dies. Our culture recognizes the death of a person as a cause of grief. There are other sources of debilitating grief, too; the death of a job, pet, relationship, status, income, health, certain freedoms, and on and on.

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A Nurse’s Journey Through Grief, Action, and Story Sharing

Nurse.com

The post A Nurse’s Journey Through Grief, Action, and Story Sharing appeared first on Nurse.com Blog.

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Episode 35: Dealing with Triggered Grief

Living With Hospice

Grief is a long process to endure when you lose someone you love. In Living With Hospice's fourth grief-centric episode, Mitch addresses the topic of grief triggers and how they can bring up that pain of loss and other emotions, sometimes even years later.

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Coping Tips for Families Experiencing Grief

Seasons Hospice

Grief is a natural response to loss, and it can be incredibly difficult to cope with. The Bible has a lot to say about grief and how to cope with it. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the best tips for coping with grief from a Christian perspective.

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From Grief to Growth with Paula Stephens, Epi. 106

The Heart of Hospice

Today’s guest is a chaplain in the Buddhist tradition and author of “From Grief to Growth: 5 Essential Elements of Action to Give Grief A Purpose and Grow From Your Experience” You’re going to love our conversation with Paula Stephens!! Paula has a Master’s Degree in Exercise Physiology and studied Buddhist Chaplaincy at Upaya Institute … Continue reading "From Grief to Growth with Paula Stephens, Epi.

A Nurse’s Journey Through Grief, Action, and Story Sharing

Nurse.com

The post A Nurse’s Journey Through Grief, Action, and Story Sharing appeared first on Nurse.com Blog.

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What Is Grief, If Not Love Persevering?: A Palliative Perspective On WandaVision

Pallimed

WandaVision is a study on grief, loss, and mourning, in layers and layers. It’s Wanda, it’s a giant grief bubble for her. She’s doing this out of grief,” I replied. "I I see it now,” he said, “It’s like superhero complicated grief.” For more Pallimed posts about grief.

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What You Need to Know About the Messiness of Grief with John Polo, Episode 120

The Heart of Hospice

Widowhood, caregiving, and the messiness of grief are just some of the topics we’re talking about with guest John Polo. From the rubble of everything that he … Continue reading "What You Need to Know About the Messiness of Grief with John Polo, Episode 120". The post What You Need to Know About the Messiness of Grief with John Polo, Episode 120 appeared first on The Heart of Hospice

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Episode 27: How to Manage Grief

Living With Hospice

Revisiting this complex topic for a third time, Mitch Ware takes a deeper look into the seven stages of grief and explores how we cycle through them. It seems everywhere we turn, we find friends and family suffering from grief. We've addressed grief in two previous episodes.

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