Hailee Busk and her family.
Hailee at work
Hailee Busk’s children.
Hailee and her twins.
My Life as a Hospice Caregiver
Coping with Grief and Loss During COVID-19
September 24, 2020 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Virtual Presentation via Zoom
Grief Support – A Virtual Presentation
Presented by Carla Purusa, MSFT
Understanding the grief process can be challenging even when the world is upright; but during the global coronavirus pandemic, the world feels upside down and our usual support mechanisms may not be available to us. If you are experiencing a heightened sense of grief and loss, this session may give you clarity and practical tips for moving forward. We will explore:
- Feelings of isolation and how to cope with loneliness
- How to navigate grief without being physically present with others
- How a lack of closure impacts the grief process
- Handling the loss of traditions
- Explore how and when to use technology
Presented at no cost to the community.
RSVP through firstname.lastname@example.org and a Zoom registration will be emailed to you.
Friends of Hospice is a non-profit membership-based organization in Central Oregon. Members believe in the value of hospice care at the end of life and want to live fully until that time comes. All activities sponsored by Friends of Hospice align with four areas of focus: TALK, PLAN, LEARN, and LIVE! We want to TALK about end-of-life issues in order to gain clarity and make our wishes known to others. We want to PLAN now to be prepared for an uncertain future. We want to LEARN about the dying process and how to navigate the complexities of healthcare. We seek to LIVE life fully—making choices that enrich our lives. Anyone can join with an annual household membership of just $25 a year.