Please see our calendar below for more details. Some are held online while others are in-person.
Our interactive online calendar allows you to view events by month, week or day. Click on each event title for more information, including description and details about how to RSVP. Hospicare has a list of online grief resources that may be of assistance.
Throughout the year, Hospicare holds many events and programs, including ongoing grief support groups and special one-time or limited-time sessions. Hospicare also holds fundraising activities and outreach and educational events.
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Grief Camp for Youth: Opening Session
July 20, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 10:15 am
Join us for a week of healing and connection! Grief Camp 2020 will focus on supporting youth who are grieving the death of a loved one as well as their caregivers. Grief Camp takes place 7/20-7/24 and all activities begin at 10am and last for 30-60mins. Activities include crafting, story hour, discussion, and circus arts. Please join us for some or all of our activities and offerings!
Throughout the week, we are offering individual, private consultation sessions with parents, guardians and caregivers of children and teens. These sessions will focus on the specific situation of the child and family and how to best support your child through the grieving process, and can be scheduled after registration.
Grief Camp is presented by Hospicare & Palliative Care Services in collaboration with local practitioners. Camp is free and open to all. Classes and webinars will be on Zoom. Links will be provided upon registration, which is required. For more information or to register call 607-272-0212 or email our bereavement staff.
Grief Camp Opening Session with Laura
Laura Ward, Manager of Psychosocial Services welcomes all to Grief Camp and describes what is happening throughout the week. Laura will introduce the book Lifetimes: The Beautiful Way to Explain Death to Children, by Bryan Mellonie. All participants in Grief Camp will get a complimentary copy of the book. In addition, Laura will also provide instructions for families about how to engage in our Grief Camp art project which is taking place in collaboration with FLOOF. Instructions for pick-up of art project supplies and copies of Lifetimes will be provided in the comments. Video will be posted on YouTube and available afterwards.