Bereavement Newsletter October 2019

October 2019

           Fall is now upon us!  Fall forces us to reevaluate some things.  Our wardrobe is one of them.  It is time to pull out the heavier insulation! We need extra protection from the elements and surrounding environment.  This may also be true for you at this point in your grief journey.  Extra or additional precautions must be taken for you to get through this season of life.  It is important for you to take care of your emotional needs as well as your

physical needs.  This is a time in your life when it is vital for you to express your feelings, ask and accept help, and be kind to yourself.  You also need to get plenty of rest, eat healthy, and be alert for physical problems.  You may also begin to set short term and long term goals.  You may want to try a new activity, such as joining a club or organization, take a new course, do some volunteer work, or evaluate your career goals.  Whatever the case may be, find a purpose for the season in which you are now living.  We at hospice will be glad to help in any way we can.  Many activities are lined up for the upcoming month.  It would be great to see you at some of them. Check your calendar and plan ahead.

 October 8– Lunch Bunch at Annie K’s at NOON.

October 14 – Lunch Bunch at noon at Mr. Lee’s.

October 21-Friends of Faith @ noon @ Annie K’s

October 24-Breakfast group at 9:00 am @ Patty’s Place in Belle Valley.

 We will have a fall painting workshop on Tuesday, Nov. 5 from 5:30-7:00pm at the Hospice Office. Lois Merrill will be leading the group. Please RSVP to me to reserve your spot. Watch for us on Facebook!

 Contact me with any questions at 740-432-7440.

Blessings,

Terri Wootton MSW, LISW, ACHP-SW

Bereavement Coordinator


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