Families can count on our hospice professionals for ongoing support and education. One such area of support is Bereavement Care. This is a vital element of our hospice services for families. Before, during and after a loved one’s death, hospice bereavement services are an important support system that assists patients, families and caregivers with their respective grief.
About Our Bereavement Services
Our Bereavement Program is coordinated by a licensed clinical social worker who provides the psychological, emotional and spiritual support needed during life’s difficult transition after a loved one’s passing. Families and caregivers are provided with a continuum of care through a supportive bereavement program that continues for 13 months after the loss of a loved one.
- One-on-one visits with a bereavement counselor.
- Annual Memorial Service ceremony for our staff and bereaved families to honor and remember loved ones
Our bereavement coordinator can meet with you for in person counseling and suggest a group that best meets your individual needs.
Bereavement Support Groups
- Spouse/Partner Loss
- Adults Grieving the Loss of a Parent
- Adults Grieving the Loss of an Adult Child (18+)
- General Adult Loss
Our groups are open to all South Shore residents who have suffered a loss within the past year. (Not limited to families of NVNA and Hospice patients)
For more information, contact Karen Gore, LICSW at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-659-2342
Honor Your Loved One’s Memory
Hospice families will soon have an opportunity to recognize their loved one on the campus of The Pat Roche Hospice Home. Memorial donations cumulatively exceeding $1,000 will be invited to honor their loved on our beautiful new Wall of Remembrance. A memorial celebration is scheduled for May 6. For more information, please contact Development Officer Lisa Mullen at (781) 610.1519 or email@example.com.