BEREAVEMENT CARE

Bereavement Care

Our bereavement program supports not only the patient and families, but also the caregivers and extended kin of the patient. Our new caregiver center is open to all community caregivers to relax, unwind and process their experiences. Once a patient has died, we continue to support their loved ones for over a year with cards, phone calls, letters, and visits.

Why Harmony Hospice?

Our hospice team understands the bereavement period of grief and loss is different for everyone.  Our philosophy is to honor and support each person individually during this very difficult time.  Our team has specialized training to support the patient and their loved ones.  Our bereavement care begins on admission and continues after the death of the patient.

 Our support includes:

  • Helping family members identify, develop, and utilize healthy coping strategies
  • Providing guidance about decision making
  • Addressing social and spiritual concerns
  • Listening as the family reminisces about the deceased patient
  • Assisting with adjusting to the new environment
  • Facilitating religious/spiritual needs

We believe you and your loved ones should experience the best hospice care available. Whether you choose to utilize our professional care or not, we are here to support you and answer your questions.

What is Bereavement Care?

The bereavement period of grief and loss is different for everyone, but it is a normal process of reacting to a loss for everyone. Some people find their grief more than an emotional or mental state, and it affects them physically. Many people feel anger, guilt, sadness, and despair following a death. Our bereavement team is available to our client’s family, close friends, and caretakers during this difficult time. Our care continues with a special bereavement program to help loved ones move forward in the grief process. Our support includes:

  • Helping family members identify, develop, and utilize healthy coping strategies
  • Providing guidance about decision making
  • Addressing social and spiritual concerns
  • Listening as the family reminisces about the deceased patient
  • Assisting with adjusting to the new environment
  • Facilitating religious/spiritual needs
Who Qualifies for Bereavement Care?

Bereavement, also known as grief care, is available to our client’s family members and also their care providers.  We understand that everyone takes their own journey through grief and healing. Harmony Hospice will be there through every step of the grief process.

Questions? We Would Love To Help

We understand making decisions during these times can prove difficult, so we are ready and willing to help answer any and all questions. We believe in absolute transparency and are honored to have the opportunity to be of service to you or your family. Contact us today.

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