A Different Kind of Healing
Beyond the physical care and comfort offered, residents, families and community members also find spiritual support and grief counseling at Ball Hospice House. Even after a resident has passed, family members may continue to seek grief support services with us and our resource library is always open to those who may benefit. During the first year after suffering a loss, family members will receive support materials from Hospice and volunteers are always available to families in need.
Grief Support for Adults
Passages, an adult grief support group, is a six-week program that educates participants about grief and loss. Join us as we share with others the commonalities and differences regarding grief. You may open up and share your story or benefit from merely listening and learning. Most importantly, Passages participants tells us they complete the six sessions with a renewed feeling of hope and the understanding that their feelings are normal. Check our online calendar for the next Passages session.
Silent Hearts: Grieving the Loss of a Baby
The loss of a baby is particularly challenging for families. Silent Hearts helps parents discover ways to honor and remember their baby while addressing their own grief and loss. Hospice staff can also provide additional grief support to specifically address the loss of a baby.