Spring Lake, Michigan, May 2, 2016 – Hospice of Michigan will present on Tuesday, May 17 an evening of education, support and conversation for those who have experienced the death of a loved one.
The educational presentation will address the difficulty of coping with the loss of a family member or loved one and provide a better understanding of the grief process. Discussion topics include:
- What makes my grief unique?
- How do I adjust to change?
- What is hope and how do I keep it alive?
“Losing a loved can be one of the most difficult things a person will ever have to endure,” said Sue Glover, grief support services manager. “This session offers participants an opportunity to ask questions and share their stories, helping them cope and hold on to hope.”
The meeting will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Spring Lake District Library, 123 E. Exchange St. This program is free and open to the community. Prior registration is required.
For more information or to sign up for the meeting, contact Glover at 616.356.5255.
About Hospice of Michigan
A nationally recognized leader in end-of-life care, Hospice of Michigan is the original – and largest – hospice in the state. The nonprofit cares for nearly 1,800 patients each day, raising more than $5 million each year to cover the cost of care for the uninsured and underinsured. HOM offers a broad range of services to enhance the quality of life at the end of life, including community-based palliative care and pediatric care programs. HOM provides grief support and counseling, caregiver education and support, and education programs for physicians and health care professionals through its research, training and education arm, the Hospice of Michigan Institute. In January 2016, HOM joined forces with Arbor Hospice and Palliative Care, strengthening the mission of nonprofit hospice in Michigan to ensure patients and their caregivers receive the highest quality of care. For more information, call 888.247.5701 or visit www.hom.org.