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Hospice of the Valley invites you to Zoom in on Life, grief and the coronavirus pandemic

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The coronavirus pandemic has imposed a multitude of losses upon our lives: the loss of freedoms and peace of mind, family and social connections — and for some, even the loss of a loved one. Our lives are forever changed, and we can’t imagine how to go on. These feelings of loss can be magnified during the social isolation caused by the pandemic. Hospice of the Valley is offering a Zoom online presentation to help you cultivate strength and cope with challenges you never imagined. It is accessible from the comfort of your home or office and designed to support any adult in our community who is struggling with losses. You don’t need to face this difficult time alone.

1.0 NCIA credit awarded

Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020, 2–3 p.m.
Registration link: https://hov.org/community-education/community-event-registration/

Speaker: Bob Barrett
Bob has been a chaplain with Hospice of the Valley since 2006 and serves patients in skilled nursing and assisted living facilities. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, his work is increasingly focused on comforting families who cannot visit their loved ones in these facilities. He provides spiritual care and grief and loss support for our community, as well as Hospice of the Valley staff. Bob holds a Master of Divinity degree, and previously served as a pastor doing cross-cultural ministry work for 21 years.

For additional information or to receive NCIAB credit certificate, please email bhawes@hov.org or call 602-776-6867.