Ambiguous Loss and Anticipatory Grief
Ambiguous loss is a type of loss that is unclear or without closure, and anticipatory grief is the feeling that one may experience when expecting a loss or change. As Parkinson's progresses, many carepartners and caregivers find themselves experiencing these kinds of loss and grief, and feeling isolated as a result. Although difficult, discussing these topics is important for anyone in a caring role.
Trevor Josephson, Clinical Manager at Peace Arch Hospice Society, joins PSBC for the first time to discuss ambiguous loss, anticipatory grief, and methods for coping
Registration for this event will close on Thursday, March 19.
||Wednesday, March 25
||10:00am – 11:00am
|Important: if you will be watching this presentation with a partner or group, only one registration is required. Instructions on how to access the presentation will be sent in an email following your registration, and in a reminder approximately 24 hours before the webinar's start time.
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