We’re taught what to do in all kinds of emergencies (think airplane crashes and earthquakes), but no-one teaches us what to do when the inevitable happens. No one teaches us what to do when someone we love, loses someone they love. October is Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month, which means we all have a good opportunity to learn.
This summer the leadership team at Experience Camps is offering virtual alternatives for would-be campers, including text-based grief support from Grief Coach.
Sometimes I feel overwhelmed by the immense amount of grief people are carrying, but working with Grief Coach's expert contributors reminds me that there is more than enough compassion and wisdom to go around. I'm proud of the role our text messages are playing, in bringing expert knowledge and comfort to grievers, right when they need them.
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."
A new cross-border collaboration between Grief Coach and Keeper, makes it easy for people to share memories and support each other in their grief, safely and from a distance.
Words can create connection, and even help us fight infection, while we’re apart.
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.
On the flight home from my friend's funeral, I reflected on the dozens of conversations I'd had with people who had - it turns out - let their fear and discomfort keep them from reaching out when my husband died 10 years earlier. I was sure we could do better.
Text-based Grief Support Provides Relief For Those Bereaved by COVID-19 … Coping with loss during the pandemic requires new kinds of grief support, delivered safely from a distance.
If you've lost someone to COVID-19 it's normal to feel angry, sad and alone. Grief Coach can help.
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