Grief Support

Hospice Grief Support - Lily Hospice Wisconsin

Hospice can provide grief support to individuals and families both before and after the death of a loved one. Here are some ways that hospice can help:

  • Counseling: Hospice may offer counseling services to individuals and their families to help them work through their grief. This can be provided by social workers, chaplains, or other trained professionals.
  • Support groups: Hospice may also offer support groups for individuals and families who are grieving. These groups can provide a safe space for individuals to share their experiences and emotions with others who are going through similar situations.
  • Bereavement care: After a loved one has passed away, hospice may offer bereavement care to help individuals and families cope with their loss. This may include follow-up phone calls, support groups, and counseling services.
  • Education: Hospice may provide education on grief and the grieving process to help individuals and families understand what to expect and how to cope with their emotions.
  • Remembrance events: Hospice may host remembrance events or memorial services to honor and remember loved ones who have passed away. These events can provide a sense of closure and community support.

Overall, hospice can offer a variety of grief support services to help individuals and families cope with their emotions and work through the grieving process.

We’d be happy to talk with you should you have any questions concerning Hospice care or if you’d like to learn more about Lily Hospice. Your welcome to contact us by calling (262) 235-3115 or by sending us an email via the button below and we’ll get in touch with you very shortly.

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