Outreach includes bereavement support

February 2008
Hospice Management Advisor;Feb2008, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p18
The article focuses on hospital outreach programs that support bereavement in the U.S. It mentions about a program the Gathering Place founded by TrinityCare Hospice of Redondo Beach, California which supports loss and life transitions as well as a preventive care program. It describes the program's strategies for maintaining successful support groups and includes providing a basic structure, discussion of common responses to grief, and following the model of tasks of grief among others.


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