Thanks to Sue Ryder, all UK residents can receive free grief support through Grief Coach texts.
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.
Within moments, we received our first responses, and within the first 24 hours, we had nearly a 50% response rate.
Grief Coach's text-based grief support program is now available in Tagalog.
Hospice of the Western Reserve becomes the first hospice in the US to deliver grief support via text message.
Bill Finn, CEO of Hospice of the Western Reserve, announces partnership with Grief Coach. "It is critical that we find innovative new ways to care for people after a loss," says Finn. "I'm proud that our bereavement team will now be working with Grief Coach to deliver personalized, text-based support to the many hospice families we care for each year."
Feature articles by Employee Benefit News and NBC News have filled my inbox, and filled my bucket too. It feels good when your work is recognized.
Therapy and support groups aren't for everyone. But everyone I talk to - EVERYONE - wants their friends and family to stay close.
Grief Coach is working with the San Antonio Eye Bank, to deliver text-based grief support to their donor families.
Now hospices can meet the growing demand for bereavement support with regular tips and reminders delivered via text Since launching Grief Coach, I’ve been asked time and time again if I find it depressing doing this work. The answer is always, always no. I don’t find this work depressing — in fact, I’ve never been happier at work than I am today.
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