Grief is a reaction to loss. Our reactions are unique and individual; none of us experiences grief exactly the same way.
HFA friend and self-advocate Liz Weintraub emphasizes the importance of communication at the end of life for all people.
Comprendiendo el Duelo – HFA’s Spanish language video explaining the grief journey, watch it now or request a free DVD.
Join us November 1 at noon ET for “Grief: What Helps When It Hurts” offered as a community service by HFA, sponsored in part by Dignity Memorial Funeral Providers. Click here for details.
Everyone experiences grief. Use these resources to answer your questions, and to help your children, loved ones, and friends through the grief journey we all go through.
Our newest publication, is edited by HFA’s grief expert Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, MDiv.
July excerpt: "When my mother was dying of cancer, a hospice social worker met with my father and me. Her first question was: how do you grieve? I was startled by the question..."
HFA's 2014 book focuses on ways to assist adolescents as they encounter loss, grief, and death.
President Amy Tucci details the many benefits hospice care can provide to Alzheimer's patients and their families.
Former Florida legislator Mike Abrams named to HFA Board of Directors
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