Grief Support for the Holiday Season
Hope for the Holidays
HopeHealth cordially invites you to join us at our Hope for the Holidays virtual gatherings in November. These sessions are for people who are approaching the holiday season without the presence of a loved one. Grief can be especially powerful during the holidays and offering the comfort of our support will be our privilege.
Light Up a Life
This year, our ability to maintain traditions is challenged more than ever, particularly for those who have experienced the loss of a loved one. HopeHealth has transformed our tradition of Light Up a Life this year to a virtual event in hope that we may offer a new and safe way to honor the memory of those who have been a part of our lives. We invite you to join us December 10 at 6 p.m. for our live stream.
A palliative care doctor shares reflections from the frontlines of COVID-19
From the coronavirus frontline: A palliative care doctor shares how his team has adapted and brought slivers of light to patients and their families this year.
Home care nurse: “I care for the whole person, not the symptoms”
A registered nurse switches to a home care nursing career and discovers the professional and personal enrichment she craved.
How a widow found new meaning through poetry, grief support groups, and helping others
A widow uses poetry to express grief and finds new meaning by leading virtual support groups.
In home care, nurses find unique mix of rigor, freedom and time to connect with patients
Rosa Aguilar, RN, shares why she loves her career practicing modern-day home care with HopeHealth.
HR leader: On gratitude, modern-day home care, and building a welcoming workplace
In a candid interview, HopeHealth’s VP of human resources discusses modern-day home care nursing, working safely during the pandemic, and the importance of listening and learning.
Isolated in the pandemic, dementia caregivers find community through virtual support groups
HopeHealth volunteer John Corvese adapts to the pandemic by using his compassion and skills to co-facilitate virtual support groups for family caregivers of people with dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Virtual grief support helps ‘foster dad to hundreds’ find hope after loss
A man in his 80s grieving the loss of his wife finds peace through HopeHealth’s virtual grief support groups in the pandemic.
Finding hope while raising a sick child: pediatric palliative care for children
HopeHealth’s palliative care providers help the Oliveira family avoid burnout and maintain hope while caring for a 2-year-old with a severe health condition.
GQ magazine shines national spotlight on HopeHealth hospice and palliative care physician
Our medical fellow, Dr. Leah McDonald, reveals how pandemic conditions affect hospice and palliative care. Look inside the partnership of HopeHealth and the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.