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Fall Day of Renewal – A Creative & Expressive Exploration of Grief

Please join us for Hospice Austin's Fall Day of Renewal -- A Creative & Expressive Exploration of Grief on Saturday, Oct. 21, 9 am - 5 pm at Trinity United Methodist Church. This special day will include group sessions using gentle movement, aromatherapy, art, writing, and information on acupuncture & acupressure.

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Finding a Way Through

How do you get over losing a child? You don’t, according to grief therapist Jan Phillips. “You can get through it, but getting over it is impossible,” she said. Jan speaks from experience. Her 17-year-old son, Ian, was killed in an accident overseas while on a summer trip with People to People International. At first she was angry with the organization and its chaperones, then with God. “Why him, this child who had so much promise?” she wondered. “And why me?”

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Finding My Way Back

Today is the day that Keaton died in 2001, just before his 4th birthday. November 23rd: it’s a different experience each year. Sometimes it falls on Thanksgiving, as it was that night. The emotional experience varies each year as well. That it has become easier over the years has made it harder in another way. […]

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Caring for Veterans

As a We Honor Veterans partner, Hospice Austin has implemented ongoing veteran-centered education for staff and volunteers to help improve the care they provide to veterans.

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Camp Brave Heart Adds An Extra Day of Support

Thanks to a generous donor, Camp Brave Heart is adding an extra day to camp this year! It will be held August 4 - 7 at John Knox Ranch near Wimberley; applications are available now. Camp Brave Heart is a free camp for children age 6 - 17 who are grieving the death of a loved one.

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Brave Kids, Brave Hearts

I would love to tell you about how Camp Brave Heart has helped me. My dad passed away in a car accident that I was in when I was 6. I did no counseling, therapy, etc. until I was 11 and it started to show. I went to Camp Brave Heart honestly thinking it wouldn’t help. Then I got to camp. […]

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