Grief Programs & Events
Every other week we will be introducing you to people who are experts and influential in providing critical services available throughout Davidson County. From caregiver support and grief counseling to estate planning, volunteering, and healthcare, these are just some examples of the topics we will be covering.
Hosted by Hospice of Davidson County’s own Cole Warner and co-host Emmalee Thomas, each podcast will bring you a wealth of information about a variety of topics, and we hope you tune in every other Thursday beginning January 21st.
The podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and by clicking here for our Community Connections page.
All donations can be dropped off in a designated area outside the Hospice of Davidson County Home Care building during regular business hours by Tues., Feb. 2nd.
NOTE: All classes are conducted virtually. You will receive access to each class upon registration. Click here to view the Caregiver Academy flyer.
- Jan. 19: Recognizing and Accepting the Need for Help
- Feb. 16 Stroke Basics
- Mar. 16 Healthy Nutrition
- Apr. 20 Advance Care Giving
- May 18 Active Living for the Caregiver
- June 15 Dementia-Related Behaviors
- July 20 In-Home Care Options 101
- Aug. 17 Natural Remedies & Holistic Wellness
- Sept. 21 Who Is This New Person
- Oct. 19 Self-Care for the Caregiver
- Nov. 16 Hospice End-of-Life Care (National Hospice Awareness Month)
- Dec. 21 Protection from Emotional and Financial Abuse
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we work, how we live, and especially how we grieve. We can change some things, like how we shop, or how we engage others face-to-face through social distancing. But grief doesn’t change. If you’ve recently lost a loved one, you well know that the grief you’re facing is real, and nothing about COVID-19 is changing that. Click here to learn about resources we’re putting online to help.