LeRoyer Hospice to offer free grief seminar next week
The Nature of Grief – Beginning to Navigate the Journey
For the Antigo Times
LeRoyer Hospice of Aspirus Langlade Hospital will host a free community education program about the grieving process. Community members who attend will hear from a panel of experts and personal testimonials.
On Thursday September 14, 2016, a free interactive seminar is being offered to the community and will be held at Langlade Hospital Conference Room from 3:00 pm-4:30 pm. During this event, not only will you discover ways to engage meaningfully with your grief, you will also hear from presenters who are on a similar journey and what they have done and are doing to live life with loss.
Presenters include: David Guerrero, Chaplain for LeRoyer Hospice; Sue Mackowski, Bereavement Specialist; Tara Warwick of HALOS; Bob & Ruth Meyer of Compassionate Friends; Jenna Petro of Grieve Out Loud; Marsha Mattek for Military Loss; Diane Walcheske for LeRoyer Hospice Bereavement Program; Kelly LeVeque of Antigo Unified School District; Mariah Singer-Brown of Camp HOPE and Sister Dolores Demulling, Pastoral Care & Grief Counselor at Aspirus Langlade Hospital.
Resources will be available to all attendees to take home or utilize to make the journey of living life meaningful once again.
RSVP appreciated but not necessary, please call 715-623-9437.