Newton, NC – There is no doubt COVID-19 has had a profound impact on our community, with the number of COVID-related deaths continuing to increase. What is not well documented is the toll these losses have taken on family members. The restrictions of COVID-19 are complicating the grief process, often resulting in isolation for both the dying patient and their loved ones. Not being with a loved one in their time of need, or not having the chance to say goodbye makes grieving their death much more difficult.
Those who have suffered a loss are invited to join Carolina Caring for Grief 101 – a time of sharing with others who are on a similar journey. This in person workshop will meet on Thursday, December 9 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Carolina Caring located at 3975 Robinson Road, Newton, NC. Registration is required and safety protocols will be in place. Participants will be required to wear a mask during the workshop. To register, please visit CarolinaCaring.org/support, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866.466.0466, ext. 3201.
Carolina Caring, founded in 1979, is an independent, community-based, nonprofit health care provider. It specializes in programs that offer relief from chronic conditions, serious illnesses, and the challenges they bring, including palliative medicine and hospice care for all ages, primary care and grief counseling. Currently, Carolina Caring serves 12 counties across western North Carolina and the Charlotte Region. For more information about Carolina Caring, please call 828.466.0466 or visit www.CarolinaCaring.org.