Dealing with Grief through Hospice

Signature Hospice strives to compassionately care for terminally ill patients and support their families in dealing with grief. Shock, disbelief, and intense sadness are some emotions that you may feel. While hospice grieving is a very personal journey, there are resources available for family members that could shine a sliver of light on those feelings during a time of darkness. Just know: you are not alone in what you are feeling.elderly person petting tabby kitten

Learn more about hospice grieving through these resources:

Family Resources

Use the links below for more information about senior care services.

Washington:

Aging Services of Washington
Assisted Living Federation of America
Washington Health Care Association
The National Alzheimer’s Association of Washington
Washington Association of Housing and Services for the Aging

Oregon:

Oregon Department of Human Services
Assisted Living Federation of America
Oregon Health Care Association
The National Alzheimer’s Association of Oregon
Alzheimer’s Network of Oregon

Idaho:

Idaho Commission on Aging
Idaho Health Care Association
Idaho Alzheimer’s Association

Nevada:

Nevada Health Care Association
Nevada Department of Health and Human Services

Other Resources: 

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