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Bereavement coordinators serve as both physical and spiritual guides for the terminally ill and their loved ones. They guide individuals through the healthy stages of grieving. Bereavement coordinators help facilitate ongoing follow-up counseling for both groups and individuals as needed.

Hospice services don’t end with the passing of a patient. During times of loss, families and loved ones left behind are particularly vulnerable to a host of emotions and confusing feelings.

The bereavement coordinator maintains contact with the family through individual counseling, sending cards and letters, or recommending books that might help them. Each family is served according to its unique set of circumstances and needs. Hospice can also connect families to community support groups or grief psychologists.

Photo of emotional and spiritual supporters helping a patient and their family.

AOH cares. Their professional staff cared for my wife baby and me. They walked with me through her sickness, death, and still check in on me.

Rev. Frank Williams

Thank you for the compassionate care my Dad received during his final days. We are forever grateful for your service and understanding employees! Thank you!

The Feller Family

Just wanted to say Thank You to all of you that were so wonderful for our Richie!

The Norman Family

Dear Kirstin, You have been such a blessing to our family during these difficult days! You are so appreciated by our family for being with Bob when we couldn’t.

The Teller Family

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