Pathways Hospice Offers Grief Workshop for Children and Teens in South San Francisco

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Families including children and teens attending the HeARTful Memories workshop will create a memorial piece of art in honor of their loved ones. HeARTful Memories projects bring a family together to reminisce, laugh, cry and talk while building a lasting work of art that preserves family memories.

2012 Summer Grief Workshop Series

Pathways Home Health, Hospice & Private Duty is offering a grief workshop, HeARTful Memories for families including children and teens who are coping with the loss of a loved one.

Pathways Home Health, Hospice & Private Duty is offering a one-time grief workshop, HeARTful Memories for families including children and teens who are coping with the loss of a loved one. Families attending the HeARTful Memories workshop will create a memorial piece of art in honor of their loved ones. Led by Pathways Hospice bereavement staff, the process of creating a HeARTful Memories project brings a family together to reminisce, laugh, cry and talk while building a lasting work of art that preserves family memories.

The HeARTful Memories grief workshop will be held on Saturday, July 28, 2012 from 10 am – noon at the Pathways Hospice offices at 395 Oyster Point Blvd., Suite 128, South San Francisco, CA . Advanced registration is required. To register call to 1 (888) 905-2800, ext. 4241, or email bereavement@pathwayshealth.org.

The HeARTful Memories workshop i s part of the Pathways Hospice 2012 Summer Grief Workshop Series. Other workshops include meditation, self-exploration, silent writing, memorial garden, and guided imagery. These workshops provide several creative and reflective outlets to those grieving the loss of a loved one. For more information about the entire Pathways 2012 Summer Grief Workshop Series contact bereavement@pathwayshealth.org or go to the Pathways website to download a workshop flyer with a complete schedule.
http://www.pathwayshealth.org/grief-support/index.html

Pathways Home Health & Hospic e is a non-profit community based organization. Celebrating its 35th anniversary, Pathways was founded in 1977 by a group of physicians who saw a community need for compassionate end-of-life care. That year Pathways served 12 patients. Pathways now serves over 5,000 families annually in five Bay Area counties.

Pathways cares for patients in their place of residence, whether it be their home, hospital, nursing home or assisted living facility. Affiliated with El Camino Hospital and Sequoia Hospital since 1986, Pathways is accredited by The Joint Commission and is a member of the Visiting Nurses Association of America, California Hospice & Palliative Care Association, and the California Association of Health Services at Home.

For more information about Pathways services, summer grief workshops, volunteering, or making a donation in support of Pathways’ families, call 1 (888) 755.7855 or visit http://www.pathwayshealth.org/

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