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Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare Offers Online Video Conference – Always My Child: Parent Grief

Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare Offers Online Video Conference – Always My Child: Parent Grief

Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare is hosting an online video conference, “Always My Child:  Parent Grief,” on Monday, July 6, at 5 pm.

Led by David Hargrave, LSW, CTP, bereavement counseling professional with Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare, the online video conference will identify and discuss the grief of a parent who loses a child. He also will address secondary losses, the additional losses that occur as a result of the child’s death, and disenfranchised grief, which occurs when friends and family minimize the parent’s loss. He will conclude the online video conference with a discussion about helpful tips for a grieving parent. 

This online video conference is for parents who are grieving the loss of a child. The relationship between a parent and a child is special. When a child dies, it can be so difficult for a parent.

While the event is free and open to the public, registration is required. To register, call the front desk at Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare at 330.264.4899. Those who register will receive an email with a link to the online video conference. 

In addition, if anyone in the community has experienced the death of a loved one and needs grief support services, Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare is available to take their calls. Call Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare at 330.264.4899 to schedule an appointment. 

Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare, a not-for-profit organization established in 1982, is an affiliate of Ohio’s Hospice that serves communities in Wayne, Holmes, Ashland and Medina counties. It embodies the spirit of neighbors caring for neighbors with a commitment to relieve suffering, ease fears, and provide companionship along life’s last journey. Ohio’s Hospice LifeCare addresses patient and family needs wherever the patient calls home. Services also include access to the Stanley C. and Flo K. Gault Inpatient Pavilion, providing short-term patient care to manage acute symptoms, adjust medications, or stabilize patient condition.

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