The death of a loved one is the single most stressful events that can happen to a person. The intensity, the amount of grief, the duration of the grieving periods, and the behaviors one uses to express grief can vary greatly from one person to another and from situation to situation.
Our staff includes Kathleen McKeon, Aftercare Coordinator, who understands that grief does not end with the funeral. Our care does not end there either.
For more information about local Grief Support please visit the following web sites:
Center for Loss and Life Transition
Crisis, Grief and Healing
Grief and Loss
We also recommend ON GRIEF and GRIEVING, Finding the Meaning of Grief Through The Five Stages of Loss by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross and David Kessler.