Family Grief Camp Helps Kids Cope
Thu, 5/13/2010 8:34 AM
Death is hard to deal with. It can be even harder for the young ones around us who do not yet understand all of life’s ups and downs.
Why did this person die? Why does it hurt so much? Could I have done something to help them? Is it ok to cry? Will I ever stop hurting? These are some questions that kids may ask themselves when dealing with the loss of a loved one. Fortunately, Methodist Hospice provides children and their families with grief guidance through the annual Camp BraveHearts Family Grief Camp in Memphis, Tenn. The camp, held at St. Columba Episcopal Center, is a safe place where feelings of grief can be expressed without having to worry about the reactions of others. Trained professionals and volunteers help kids and their families explore issues related to grief, walking beside them as they take the steps needed to heal. By sharing their grief with others, kids and adults begin to let go.
Who is Camp BraveHearts for?
What will my child do at Camp BraveHearts?
When is the camp?
How do I sign my child up?
|Contact Us||Web Site Privacy Practices||Patient Privacy Practices||Disclaimer||Newsroom|
Methodist Healthcare is an integrated health care delivery system, dedicated to the art of healing through our faith-based commitment to minister to the whole person. 1211 Union Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee 38104 • (901) 516-7000