CLIENT CARE VOLUNTEERS
Personalized one-on-one or group consultations with PCSBV's specialist grief practitioners. Grief presents itself in many ways for many different reasons. This offering is open to anyone in need of grief support and is not limited to the loss of a loved one.
These dedicated volunteers help with palliative supports for individuals and respite care for family members along with grief companioning. It’s common to see our volunteers supporting clients in many nurturing ways such as: skiing or birding with dementia clients, meeting for coffee with grief support clients, and tidying houses for busy family members.
LIVING WITH LOSS GROUP
S I GNATUR E SPEAKING EVENTS
The Living With Loss Group is a compassionate and welcoming space to connect to, learn from, and listen to each other. During these sessions it’s common to enjoy discussions around remembrance, resilience, and reflection. This group is for you when you need it as long as you need it.
PCSBV Speaker Events focus on in-depth discussions with local, national, and international thought leaders on topics core to palliative and hospice care, living with serious illness, caregiver supports, and managing the grief experience.
PRESENTATIONS & TRA I N I NG
PCSBV hosts Art Workshops as a way to express and explore the parts of sorrow which are beyond words. These in-person groups are small to create a sense of refuge together. Groups are held multiple times a year to allow for adult, teen, and child cohorts. No artistic experience necessary.
Sessions are sculpted to the needs of the audience. Some workshops offer registered continuing education credits that provide knowledge, teaching tools, and useful strategies to medical and other health care providers.
DEMENTIA CARE TEAM: *NEW*
P R E C I OU S BELONGINGS BAGS
The PCSBV team is working on a new initiative. A dedicated team of volunteers specialist trained will provide support to families navigating dementia by providing caregiver respite, resource navigation, and quality of life activities for dementia clients. Contact PCSBV via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 403-707- 7111 to learn more.
Produced by members of the Mountain Cabin Quilters Guild, these bags are a gift from PCSBV to families grieving a recent death. Each bag is intended to transport home the personal items left behind by a loved one who has passed on. The bags are a sign of our compassion for the family and friends at this difficult time.
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