So you’ve signed up for a Grief Coach subscription and now you have the opportunity to add supporters to your subscription. What does this mean? Who should you add? Maybe the idea of adding supporters sounds great, but you’re unsure of who to add and how to ask them. We can help.
Bevival is part of a global movement aimed at increasing death literacy for the living.
During the end-of-life planning phase, we can give grief permission to exist. Giving a voice to the grief that is present can create a sacred space where feelings and thoughts can be shared, absorbed, and in some cases released.
Within moments, we received our first responses, and within the first 24 hours, we had nearly a 50% response rate.
Grief Coach is thrilled to announce our newest affiliate partner, Be Present Care. We first met Eldercare Coach and Consultant, Stefanie Elkins, at the 2020 Live Well, Die Well Tour, hosted by Death by Design Podcaster, Kimberly Paul.
Grief Coach recognizes that caregivers are especially in need of grief support when their loved one dies. It was an honor to partner with I-ALLY to create a specialized text series for caregivers who give up so much to care for their loved ones.
Grief Coach is thrilled to announce our newest affiliate partner, Black Dress Consulting. Black Dress Consulting clients can now receive a discount on Grief Coach subscriptions, giving them immediate access to personalized, year-long texts for grievers and tips and date reminders for their supporters too.
Grief Coach's text-based grief support program is now available in Tagalog.
Grief Coach subscriber, Ann, shared that she was 26 when her sister died. "My mother is a hospice nurse and my father is a funeral director," she said, "so I grew up knowing exactly what kinds of grief support were available in my rural community. None of those things felt right for me, so when I found Grief Coach on Instagram I decided to try them out. I've renewed my annual subscription twice since then."
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.
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