Our professionals can provide your family with bereavement services for at least 13 months, following the loss of a loved one. With our social workers, we assess the family’s bereavement assistance needs as soon as a patient gets admitted to hospice care. We include bereavement counseling in creating a unique care plan for your loved one.
Our hospice chaplain/spiritual counselor will make sure to consider your family’s belief system and practice. Our spiritual counselors will help you define the purpose of life, suffering, need for forgiveness, and the progressive losses that accompany a serious illness. We also provide spiritual care through prayers and observance of religious practices.
Our spiritual counselors can also serve as a liaison to community clergy, assist with funeral and memorial services, and support family members during their most difficult time.