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Support for those who are grieving

Hospice Prince Edward is offering a six-week program to assist those who have suffered the death or loss of a family member or dear friend.

With two facilitators, the small group offers an opportunity to share concerns and problems around the experience of pain and grief.

Those feelings, so disruptive to a person’s life, are normal, but can sometimes be lessened by sharing with others going through the same journey.

An understanding group, meeting together can help people to deal with their concerns and to move forward with their lives.

The group will look at and talk about emotional ups and downs, daily routines and issues in a supportive, non-judgmental, non-denominational and confidential setting.

Starting in April, the meetings each last about two hours and are held once a week for six consecutive weeks at Hospice Prince Edward, 40 Downes Avenue, Picton.

There is no charge for the support group as they are a component of the Hospice bereavement program.

If you feel these meetings would be of help for you or someone you know, please call Jane at 613 645-4040 ext. 204, or by email, to discuss further details.


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