Grief is a universal human experience that touches us all in different ways over the course of a lifetime. Whether prompted by the loss of a loved one, a relationship, a career, or even a sense of self, each grief journey is unique. We are committed to ensuring our community, including our healthcare community, has information about grief and bereavement resources available to all.
Medical Aid in Dying Bereavement Support Group
We understand that supporting a loved one through Medical Aid in Dying (MAID) is a brave and vulnerable choice. It’s a singular experience that may bring a myriad of thoughts and emotions – some helpful and healing, others potentially painful and challenging. Although every grief journey is unique, there are threads of commonality that unite those who share their experiences with others. Reach out to email@example.com for registration and information about this group.
We honor the complexity of your experience and recognize that you are the expert on your own grief journey and your needs. We hope to serve you well in your healing and integration process, and would be grateful to travel this path with you. As you are exploring the best support to meet your needs, please consider these resources, which we hope will be of value to you and your loved ones.
We are committed to ensuring that our community, including healthcare providers, institutions and community organizations, is well-informed about the End of Life Care, Counseling and Options available to all. We offer a variety of educational presentations (in-services, panel discussions, speakerships, workshops, etc.) that are interactive and highly informative. To inquire about educational opportunities, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
End of Life Options Education
Expert education for healthcare providers and community organizations regarding all End of Life Options, including traditional Palliative and Hospice Care, Medical Aid in Dying (MAID) and Voluntary Stopping Eating and Drinking (VSED). Audiences leave these presentations with a deeper understanding of what makes it possible for individuals and families to experience a truly empowered end of life.
Medical Aid in Dying In-Services
Uniquely expert education and guidance regarding the legal and clinical framework of Medical Aid in Dying (MAID) and the psychosocial and spiritual challenges and impact on patients, families and collaborating providers. We offer these in-services to palliative care and hospice organizations, senior living communities, homecare agencies, hospitals, medical groups, and others.