Shelby Forsythia · 29 June 2022
Losing someone to Alzheimer's or dementia is a heartbreaking, multi-faceted experience. Make sure your organization supports relatives and friends of people with Alzheimer's and dementia not only while their loved one is alive... but also after their death. Consider using Grief Coach text messages for bereavement support! Here's why: 1. We offer specific texts for death related to Alzheimer's and dementia. 2. We coach their family and friends with tips how to be there for them. 3. We save you time and postage by texting bereaved families reminders of your organization's events and updates.
Shelby Forsythia · 25 June 2022
We were recently highlighted in a Hospice News article called "The Rise of Tech-Enabled Grief Care." Here are four ways Grief Coach helps hospice organizations and their bereavement teams support people grieving a death.
Shelby Forsythia · 24 February 2022
As you support families through your organization's bereavement program, consider incorporating Help Texts text messages as a part of your outreach. Here's why: 1. We offer personalized texts for sudden, traumatic deaths like the ones many of your donor families faced. 2. We help your donor families cope and make meaning. 3. We help donor families feel less alone by texting their supporters too! 4. We save you time and postage by texting donor families reminders of your organization's events. 5. We strengthen your relationship and reputation with donor families, so they see the process of donation as positive and worthwhile.
Emma Payne · 21 July 2021
Grief Coach's text-based grief support program is now available in Tagalog.
Emma Payne · 1 June 2021
Healthcare providers are suffering from compassion fatigue and burnout. Gina Kornfeind, a Bereavement Coordinator and Social Worker at UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital, is using Grief Coach's text-based grief support program to help her keep up with the growing need for resources for patients' family members, colleagues, and her friends and neighbors too.